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Creating and Managing Storage for Memory-Optimized Objects

To be able to create memory-optimized tables, you must first create a memory-optimized filegroup. The memory-optimized filegroup holds one or more containers. Each container contains checkpoint file pairs (CFPs). A CFP is comprised of a data file and a delta file. Data in memory-optimized tables is saved (stored) in CFPs, at checkpoint intervals. This section describes checkpoint file pairs and other aspects of how data in memory-optimized tables is stored.

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