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Why isn't partition-level lock escalation the default?
In SQL Server, locks are normally escalated from row or page -> table. Starting with SQL Server 2008, a new level of lock escalation was added - partition level. However, this isn't automatically ...
Dec 6 '12 at 21:07
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