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After a reboot and latest CU for sqlserver 2017 I get this annoying message (the xxxxx was a number)

SSBDT: Dialog timer delete during registration (did: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:Initiator, OpType: CloseDialog OpResult: Null)

I've read that it isn't to worry : true? This message is filling my sql server logs every second: how can I make it stop?

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    Did you look at this, this, this? If you restart again, does it stop? – Aaron Bertrand Oct 9 '20 at 13:46
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    Do you have any of the mentioned trace flags enabled at the server level (1165, 3502, 3605)? – Aaron Bertrand Oct 9 '20 at 13:48
  • yes looked all an more , but no clue to stop it , the only thing that I am a little sure that is harmless , I have those trace enabled : TraceFlag 845 1204 1222 2371 2467 3605 7745 7752 so 3605 yes – Gabriele D'Onufrio Oct 9 '20 at 17:10
  • thought disabling 3605 it is not a good solution to me – Gabriele D'Onufrio Oct 9 '20 at 17:13
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    You're using 3605 for... deadlocks? Tell us about that please... and why you aren't using Extended Events for those (and why you still think you need 2371 enabled)... – Aaron Bertrand Oct 9 '20 at 20:10

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