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Hi i am using sp-who2 to view the locking on my database, can anyone tell me how it differs from just sp-who?

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sp_who provides:

System process ID.
Status of the process.
Login name of the user.
Name of the user.
If the process is blocked, the SPID of the blocking process.
Database the process is using.
Command currently being executed.

sp_who2 also provides:

Total CPU time of each process.
Total amount of disk reads for each process.
Last time a client called a procedure or executed a query.
Application connected.
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First class thanks very much for your help
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You're welcome; thanks for the nice comment.

Jim
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