To: Manish Patel , email@example.com
For 2 you could delete a table after startup.
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delete t2 from `.
=E2=80=8E3 can't be done within kdb+ afaik
If you want ultimate flexibility, at the cost of maintainability, you could create a new hdb root with symlinks to the sym file + months + tables + columns (with a non-symlinked .d file)=E2=80=8E you want. Nasty but should work.
From: Manish Patel
Sent: Monday, November 23, 2015 06:10
Reply To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [personal kdb+] How to load partitioned tables?