How do SQL 2008 : Kill a runaway process that I cant stop nor identify. Original query was infinite loop that we aborted.

How do Kill a runaway process that I cant stop nor identify. Original query was infinite loop that we aborted.

Proces was kicked off via web app that called a SP.
Its queueing emails nonstop.
The query was a loop that sent out emails.

We have restarted SQl, Server Agent and restarted the server Only thing left to try is get out the 12 gauge.

 Lost on how to kill  or identify this runaway process. Its sending mail and has my dbmail server clogged.

Help needed asap.

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In  sql server 2008
use master
select * from sysprocesses (nolock) where blocked = 0 and spid !=@@spid
and then use

--Kill spid  

Which you want to kill

Other then through SSMS identify and Kill the perticular process ID

You can use this Link reference

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