I have loaded million using this approach (4 destination tables). It took 11 minutes. But without 4 destination (1 destination) it took 19 minutes. But I need actually one table. I attempt to load the data in 4 partitions. Then tried to merge them.
ALTER PARTITION FUNCTION PFTableMerge() MERGE RANGE (1);
ALTER PARTITION FUNCTION PFTableMerge() MERGE RANGE (2);
ALTER PARTITION FUNCTION PFTableMerge() MERGE RANGE (3);
ALTER PARTITION FUNCTION PFTableMerge() MERGE RANGE (4);
Unfortunately it took more than 30 minutes to complete. With 2 core (16 logical processor) with 48 GB of memory. Am I missing something?
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