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SQL Current Activity of each proccess using a query

Posted on 2002-04-17
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Is there any way to know the current activity of each process in my SQL Server without use the current activity in the enterprise manager ?
Is there any undocumented table that can i query for know the issue ?
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Master..sysprocesses contains info for active processes.
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by:Scott Pletcher
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This is the primary table that sp_who and sp_who2 use to display activity.
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Have you tried sp_who2 ?  It's not all the same info but about 80 percent of it is.  Run sp_Who2 from query analyzer and it will give you the process info of all the current processes on that server.
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