USING: SQL SERVER 2000
Hi, we noticed the other day that we are getting a lot of process locks on the database coming mainly from our reporting application, cognos. Performance is generally acceptable and not hampered. However, the last few days users have been complaining about the slowness of their reports coming back in cognos.
Upon investigation, we are seeing that SQL Server has locks on majority of the requests coming through. The locks are as follows:
The wait resource varies to being blank, saying PARALLEL_PAGE_SUPPLIER followed by a number in brakets or just a wierd number that says something like 5:3:2130532 ....
In reading up on these locks I know they are lightweight locks and deal with network performance, parallelism, and i/o functions... but I'm not really sure what to do about it?
Is this something wrong with SQL that is causing these bottlenecks or is it the cognos application or is it our network? Is there something in SQL I can do to remedy this or would the networking people need to get involved?