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Hello All,

We have multiple services which is accessing same DB. In one of the Sp throwing exception as

"Deadlock Detected- 306 " .

I have tried

SELECT * FROM sa_report_deadlocks();

But 0 rows selected .

My Question is: How can I find Who is causing Deadlock ?

Note : I am using Sybase 11

asked 11 Jul '13, 09:39

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edited 11 Jul '13, 15:26

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See Viewing deadlocks from Sybase Central for how to enable the deadlock reporting

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answered 11 Jul '13, 09:56

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