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comment SQL service does *not* start, port 1433 in use
To be honest, I can't say for sure why that process is listening on TCP 1433, or anything further. I'd take that information you have (you should remove that comment you just posted, and ensure that sensitive information is removed) and post a follow-up question on serverfault.com asking about the process and why it's using TCP 1433.
Mar
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revised SQL service does *not* start, port 1433 in use
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answered SQL service does *not* start, port 1433 in use
Mar
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revised Three Node Cluster that Allows For Two Failures
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answered Three Node Cluster that Allows For Two Failures
Mar
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revised Database Backup from 2008 R2, Restore on 2012 Failover Cluster Instance
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revised Database Backup from 2008 R2, Restore on 2012 Failover Cluster Instance
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revised Database Backup from 2008 R2, Restore on 2012 Failover Cluster Instance
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answered Database Backup from 2008 R2, Restore on 2012 Failover Cluster Instance
Mar
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revised Displaying the list of all tables in all database
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27
comment Displaying the list of all tables in all database
Beware of sp_MSforeachdb : sqlblog.com/blogs/aaron_bertrand/archive/2010/02/08/… by @AaronBertrand.
Mar
27
answered Displaying the list of all tables in all database
Mar
27
comment Can't find stored procedure for updating after creating it
Which RDBMS are you working with? SQL Server? MySQL? ??
Mar
27
answered Can't find stored procedure for updating after creating it
Mar
25
comment Find which session is holding which temporary table
See my answer below. That query should give you the top current tempdb page allocation consumers.
Mar
25
answered Find which session is holding which temporary table
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revised Find which session is holding which temporary table
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Mar
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comment Find which session is holding which temporary table
Why are you concerned about pulling information based on particular and specific temp tables? They are transient by nature. What exactly are you trying to find? Perhaps sessions that have consumed the most tempdb and their last run query? Maybe current tasks' consumption of tempdb? And, of course, the query text that goes along with those. Those are typical requirements. Or am I missing exactly what you're trying to get at?
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revised RAID0 vs multiple files in file group
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revised Why has the backup time significantly increased?
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