It is a well known fact that TRUNCATE TABLE is faster than DELETE statement. TRUNCATE TABLE uses lesser system resources and transaction log file when compared to a DELETE statement.
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Starting SQL Server 2016, Microsoft has introduced a new clause TRUNCATE TABLE WITH PARTITIONS which can be used to truncate all rows available within a partition.
Syntax: TRUNCATE TABLE WITH PARTITIONS
TRUNCATE TABLE [SchemaName].[TableName] WITH (PARTITIONS [Partition Number Expression] | [Range]);
Example Truncate Table with Partitions
Execute the below sample code to remove Partitions 12, 14, 16, 17 and 18 in SQL Server 2016 using TRUNCATE TABLE WITH PARTITIONS clause.
TRUNCATE TABLE Sales.TransactionHistory WITH (PARTITIONS (12, 14, 16 TO 18)) GO
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