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Process Stuck on Command Queue


I have a process that has been stuck in the Command Queue for almost a
month now. Is there a way to remove it manually?

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Re: Process Stuck on Command Queue


If you connect to the CCDB with SQL Query Manager and use this query:-

SELECT CONVERT(VARBINARY, Status)
FROM dbo.Queue
WHERE QueueID = 97

Then you should see that the status of the item is 0x00000010 (you will
need to replace the QueueID in the example above with the correct
QueueID - if you use the UI and double-click the queued command then it
will tell you what the QueueID is). To change this to "aborted" rather
than "pending abort" then run this query:-

UPDATE dbo.Queue
SET Status = (Status ^0x00000010) | 0x00000020
WHERE QueueID = 97
AND Status &0x00000010 !=0

Again - be sure to use the correct QueueID


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