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Posted - 2014-12-12 : 04:29:59
I already made this topic to the new to sql topic! (sorry admins)

Hello people. New here, glad to meet you.
I have a simple question (i think), i am trying to develop
a query so i can see all the processes so after i can kill each one
is making a problem to the others trying to be processed from the server. The problem is that i can do that with the active monitor but i cannot see from whom is each one process. All the clients are connecting with the sa user (sql authentication) so it would be great if i could see from which computer name each process is made or from which user or ip address. I dont know if all that im asking are clear enough for you guys. Please advice. Thank you very much.

Almighty SQL Goddess

38200 Posts

Posted - 2014-12-12 : 12:48:27
You can use the hostname column to determine the originating host.

Tara Kizer
SQL Server MVP since 2007
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