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how to find owner(SPID) of the temp tables


how to find owner(SPID) of the temp tables

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Krishna1
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Dear All

In temp db i find many temp tables created. I would like to know which SPID has created these.
Is there a way to check this?

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Not sure we can achive this. Better name your temptable with SPIDs.

sys.dm_db_session_space_usage will give you some details about temp tables' usage.
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I am not creating the temp tables. but i still see few created automatically. Hence wahanted to know from where are they getting created
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Short of profiling the instance, I don't think you can tell which session created which table. You can see the temp space that each session uses with the sys.dm_db_session_space_usage DMV.

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I suppose you COULD write a server level trigger to append the SPID to the table extended properties. Not sure how useful that would be.
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