Re: user permissions
- From: Ola Hallengren <OlaHallengren@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 05:27:03 -0700
The question is what permissions that is needed to execute the stored
"Charles Wang[MSFT]" wrote:
Thanks for your response.
Originally I just noticed that Trapulo said he wanted to kill processes on
that DB, so I did not think of killing connections.
Anyway I would like to add more comments regarding both killing a process
and a connection. For killing a process, I just found that kill.exe is not
guaranteed to be on all the existing Windows operating systems. For a
common usage, you may write a script file and then execute it via
cscript.exe. For example:
If Wscript.Arguments.Count = 0 Then
Wscript.Echo "You must enter a PID."
intPID = Wscript.Arguments.Item(0)
strComputer = "."
Set objWMIService = GetObject _
("winmgmts:\\" & strComputer & "\root\cimv2")
Set colProcessList = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Select * from Win32_Process Where ProcessID = " & intPID & "")
For Each objProcess in colProcessList
If you save it in drive C:, then you can run cscript.exe to execute it. In
SQL Server, you can use the following statement:
exec xp_cmdshell 'cscript c:\killproc.vbs 7640'
Regarding killing a connection, you need to ensure that your login account
has the fixed server roles: sysadmin and processadmin. I performed a test
with the following statements:
create procedure usp_killsession(@spid int)
execute as LOGIN='mylogin_with_sysadmin_processadmin_fixed_server_roles'
declare @strSQL nvarchar(200)
set @strSQL = N'KILL ' + CAST(@spid as nvarchar(20))
exec sp_executeSQL @strSQL
For your concerns of checking connections on a database, you can use the
DMVs sys.dm_exec_connections and sys.dm_exec_sessions.
You may also refer to:
Hope this helps. Welcome your any other suggestions or concerns. Have a
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- Re: user permissions
- From: Charles Wang[MSFT]
- Re: user permissions