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"Number of Deadlocks/sec" in sql2005 how to fix this ?

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I checked in "Number of Deadlocks/sec" it show me counter increased to 1200, anyway I can reset this counter without restarting the server ? what I can do to make sure we have only 0 counter for this "Number of Deadlocks/sec"


SQLServer:Locks  Number of Deadlocks/sec  1200
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>>what I can do to make sure we have only 0 counter for this "Number of Deadlocks/sec"<<
This is a code problem.  As soon as you have fixed that it should go down to 0.

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