Kill All Processes in a Particular DataBase

>>Script Language and Platform: SQL SERVER
The following stored procedure(script) helps to kill all processes in a particular database
without current process.

Author: Shiva



Create Proc Sp_KillAllProcessInDB

@DbName VarChar(100)

as
if db_id(@DbName) = Null
begin
Print ‘DataBase dose not Exist’
end
else

Begin
Declare @spId Varchar(30)

DECLARE TmpCursor CURSOR FOR
Select ‘Kill ‘ + convert(Varchar, spid) as spId
from master..SysProcesses
where db_Name(dbID) = @DbName
and spId <> @@SpId
and dbID <> 0
OPEN TmpCursor

FETCH NEXT FROM TmpCursor
INTO @spId

WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0

BEGIN

Exec (@spId)

FETCH NEXT FROM TmpCursor
INTO @spId

END

CLOSE TmpCursor
DEALLOCATE TmpCursor

end

–To Execute
–Exec Sp_KillAllProcessInDB [DBName]




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