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Historiucal Server database 0

2 posts in Windows NT Last posting was on 1999-12-21 05:13:19.0Z
Eric T. J. Hogue Posted on 1999-12-20 18:35:07.0Z
From: "Eric T. J. Hogue" <Eric.Hogue@wpafb.af.mil>
Subject: Historiucal Server database 0
Date: Mon, 20 Dec 1999 13:35:07 -0500
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While running Historical Server to monitor stored procedures, I get frequent
references to procedures that are from database 0, **NoDatabase**, with an
object name **NoObject** and 28 different Object Ids ranging from 226151901
to 2051538392 (that I've noticed so far). does anyone know what these
procedures represent?

Eric


Jason Froebe Posted on 1999-12-21 05:13:19.0Z
From: "Jason Froebe" <jfroebe@sybase.com>
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Hi Eric,

If you haven't already done so, please open a case with Sybase TechSupport
on this.

--
Jason Froebe
Sybase, Inc.
Product Support Engineer

"Eric T. J. Hogue" <Eric.Hogue@wpafb.af.mil> wrote in message
news:Jbkx1jxS$GA.164@forums.sybase.com...
> While running Historical Server to monitor stored procedures, I get
frequent
> references to procedures that are from database 0, **NoDatabase**, with an
> object name **NoObject** and 28 different Object Ids ranging from
226151901
> to 2051538392 (that I've noticed so far). does anyone know what these
> procedures represent?
>
> Eric
>
>