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How do I flush old sql process

Posted on 2006-11-11
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Hi,
I'd killed sql process for backup

Kill 55 and its showing me the rollback completed as below:

SPID 55: transaction rollback in progress. Estimated rollback completion: 100%. Estimated time remaining: 0 seconds.

however when I executing the backup job again, the new backup get block by above process where spid55 is the blocker.

I run the sp_who2 and guve me results in sql process, why this process id not disappear in my sql server and how do I get this clear from there?

55         RUNNABLE                            NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM      ETRTXC        .        TestReports      KILLED/ROLLBACK      528469      5864087      11/10 20:38:58      NetWorker Module for Microsoft (R) SQL Server      55  


and dbcc opentran still showing me this above process is active

Transaction information for database 'ETRTXC'.

Oldest active transaction:
    SPID (server process ID) : 55
    UID (user ID) : 1
    Name          : ClearChangeBits
    LSN           : (2418071:490082:1)
    Start time    : Nov 10 2006  8:38:58:453PM
DBCC execution completed. If DBCC printed error messages, contact your system administrator.
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Be careful this might be EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server provides fast online backup and restore for Microsoft® SQL Server databases, ensuring availability of mission-critical application data.
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Hi MacNuttin
What u mean here??? is that mean I have to let the process disappear by them self?
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No I'm saying figure out what this app is thats got the open transaction - then maybe kill the app

If a regular user has an open SPID that won't clear I tell them to log out. Then I kill the SPID.

You've got an app that may be ensuring availability of mission-critical application data....that has to be stopped before you kill the SPID
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