Friday, July 29, 2011

DBCC OPENTRAN

You manage a database named LTDB. Today, you received a warning that the drive on which the LTDB log file is located is near capacity. Although the transaction log is backed up every five minutes, you observed that it is steadily growing. You think that an uncommitted transaction might be the cause and you want to investigate. You need to identify both the server process ID and the start time of the oldest active transaction in LTDB. What should you do?

A. Connect to the LTDB database. Execute DBCC OPENTRAN. View the SPID and Start time rows.
B. Connect to the master database. Execute DBCC OPENTRAN. View the SPID and Start time rows.
C. In SQL Server Management Studio, open the Activity Monitor. Select the Process Info page and apply the following filter settings.
Database = LTDB, Open Transactions = Yes, View the Process ID and Last Batch columns.
D. Open a query window. Connect to the master database. Execute the following statement
SELECT TOP 1 spid, last_batch
FROM sys.sysprocesses WHERE dbid = db_id('LTDB') AND open_tran > 0
ORDER BY last_batch

Answer:[A]
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