Server.EnumProcesses Method (String)
Enumerates a list of processes running on the instance of SQL Server that are associated with the specified login.
Assembly: Microsoft.SqlServer.Smo (in Microsoft.SqlServer.Smo.dll)
Return ValueType: System.Data.DataTable
A DataTable object value that contains a list of processes running on the instance of SQL Server. The table describes the different columns of the returned DataTable.
The URN string that represents the process.
"Server[@Name='PCNAME']/Process[@Spid='51']", for example.
The name of the process.
The SQL Server process ID that uniquely identifies the process. For more information, see sys.sysprocesses (Transact-SQL).
The login running the process.
The name of the computer on which the process is running.
The status of the process. Running and sleeping, for example.
The command currently being executed.
The database is which the process is running.
The cumulative time taken by the process in seconds. See sys.sysprocesses (Transact-SQL).
The number of pages in the procedure cache that are currently allocated to the process. A negative number indicates that the process is freeing up memory allocated by another process.
The SQL Server procedure ID of the procedure that is blocking the referenced procedure..
The value that specifies whether the process is a system process or not.
The name of the program the process
The ID value that uniquely identifies the execution context under which the process is running.
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