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Performance of Partition Merge in 2005

Does anyone know of any documentation on the performance of partition
merge/split? Does the merge or split of a partition cause any locking
on the partitioned table? If you were merging or splitting a large
volume of data rebalancing your partitioned table would you
potentially lock users out?

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