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SQL SERVER POOLS ARE BEING USED UP AND CAUSING TIME OUTS

our pools are getting maxed out by one of our programs/routines...and we cannot identify which program is running that is causing this...does anyone offer phone consulting or know of a program that we can run that can identify which program or function is causing this.
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asked Jun 17 '11 at 04:15 PM in Default

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The quickest way would be to identify the source/login.

You can use this SP to see where the connections are been used.

If you want deeper details of the connections then Adam Mechanics [script][2] is a perfect way to do so

[2]: http://sqlblog.com/files/folders/35240/download.aspx
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answered Jun 17 '11 at 05:16 PM

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+1 for Who is Active. Adam Mechanic has saved my bottom a time or two with that one.
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