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Blocking and deadlock on SQL Server

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I want to find out any blocking or deadlock on the SQL Server.

Using sp_who2, there is nothing under field "BlkBy'.

If I use "select * from sysprocesses where blocked >0' I see a record setup. Does it mean this task is blocked some resource on the server ? In addition, what is meaning for 'AWAITING COMMAND' under column 'cmd'


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