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I have a database on the same server as 2 applications that use the DB. Is there any way i can find out how many connections there are from the application to the db?

Running into performance issues with one of the applications but not the other.

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SELECT db_name(dbid) as DatabaseName, count(dbid) as NoOfConnections,
loginame as LoginName
FROM sys.sysprocesses
WHERE dbid > 0
GROUP BY dbid, loginame

You won't necessarily be able to tell which connections are from which application if you use the same DB Credentials however.

Drew
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sp_who 'account1'
sp_who 'account2'
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