Fill Factor Value Is Same as Default

This warning is raised when an index fill factor is an explicitly set to a value which is the same as the current database default.

Although not an immediate problem in its own right, if the database default is changed and all indexes rebuilt, there may be the expectation that this index will take on the new fill factor. So consider whether this index requires a custom fill factor, and more specifically, whether it needs it set to the same as the database default.

Suggested Action

šŸ’” Select 'Suggested Script' for an automatically generated script.

Remove the explicit setting and configure the fill factor to be the database default.

How to Specify an Index Fill Factor in SQL Server

ALTER INDEX IX_IndexName ON TableName
REBUILD WITH (FILLFACTOR = 100);

How to Remove an Explicitly Set Index Fill Factor in SQL Server

-- Drop and recreate the index without specifying the fill factor.
DROP INDEX [IX_IndexName] ON [TableName]
GO
CREATE INDEX [IX_IndexName] ON [TableName]
(
	TableID
)

Further Reading

Configure the Fill Factor Server Configuration Option | Microsoft Docs

Specify Fill Factor for an Index | Microsoft Docs