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Delete large data from live table


Delete large data from live table

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komal145
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I have to delete data from live table( Size of DB:terabytes) (system is becoming slow).

without affecting the end users ?

And tables have indexes and identity columns.( when I delete , I don't want to affect the identity columns, how can we do it?)

It is taking lot of time to delete the data.How can i do that?

Any steps to follow.

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There is an excellent article on the SQLServerCentral home page today on that very subject:

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/delete/96780/

Be sure to read the discussion on the article, since it has some alternative methods and additional considerations for large volume deletes.



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Or this one: http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/T-SQL/67898/.

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komal145 (3/6/2013)
when I delete , I don't want to affect the identity columns, how can we do it?
Can you elaborate this ?

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