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How can I associate a hostprocess ID out in the sysprocesses table with a host id on the host (unix box). My users are not signed on directly to the box, but access it via their PowerBuilder application for the SQL Server. The host process id shows up in sysprocess, but I can't see it on the host.
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bret earned 400 total points
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Are you looking on the >client's host<?  The client, unless they
are running on the same machine as the SQL Server, do not have a process on the SQL Server's machine.

You need to go the the host named in the "hostname" column,
and there your should be able to find a processes with the id
listed in "hostprocess".


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