Why do TRUNCATE and DROP TABLE complete so fast?Commented on: 1 year ago
(June 27, 2012)
Just gave this a try. I created a large table, truncated the table and looked at the log file size (no change). I then looked at the log file size again just a few seconds later and sure enough, it...
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