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SQL 2000 SP3
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In reviewing this screen, I have SPIDS > 100 that have a status of
sleeping, command = AWAITING COMMAND and login/batch dates that are
weeks old ... Shouldn't this list be more recent activity only ?

Thanks,

Craig

Oct 21 '05 #1
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(cs******@dwr.c om) writes:
SQL 2000 SP3
============== =============== =============== ====

In reviewing this screen, I have SPIDS > 100 that have a status of
sleeping, command = AWAITING COMMAND and login/batch dates that are
weeks old ... Shouldn't this list be more recent activity only ?


I guess that depends on what you expect on your site. If you have
developers who connect through Query Analyzer every once in a fortnight,
this is would display like this.

I don't know if that screen shows application, hostname and that, but
you can use sp_who2 or query sysprocesses directly to get this information.
This can give you an idea whether this is normal, or if something is
fishy.

--
Erland Sommarskog, SQL Server MVP, es****@sommarsk og.se

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