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A blocking SQL command prevents other reading or writing operations while it is being executed.

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This is because you use a Status field for messages and leave unreceiveable messages in the queue. Retaining messages (keeping them after process, with a different status) leads to queue bloat, conten …
answered Oct 14 '15 by Remus Rusanu
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. Large data, perhaps a blocking operator like a sort or a HT. It likely didn't yet got to the INSERT part. This is basic performance issue. Start from How to analyse SQL Server performance. PS. Is …
answered Dec 15 '15 by Remus Rusanu
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the machine has 48GB memory and only ~14GB is used. SQL Server is configured to use a max of 2,147,483,647MB of memory. This does not tell wether the locks memory is exhausted or not. SQL Server …
answered Apr 6 '17 by Remus Rusanu