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Posted Monday, June 14, 2010 9:27 PM
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Hi,

Trying to kill this process using kill 14 but does not
work. dbcc inputbuffer(14) shows the following.
How can I force to kill this process which has run a few
days ago on NT4 using MSSQL 7.0?


I am supposed to restore a database but it prompts me that the database is currently in used. I did check the processes currently running and it show that SPID 14 is runnable. This is the reason why Im trying to Kill the Process.

Please advise. Thank you.

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However likely if you can't kill the process, you'll need to restart SQL Server.







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You can't kill system processes, and from the value of the spid, that's likely a system process.

Why do you want to kill it?



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