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3/24/2015 11:22 AM
 

I have 3 sites running and they all have sql connections that will not close.  This is the sql command run that will not close according to sql activity monitor.

(@0 datetime);Exec dbo.SearchDeletedItems_Select @0

I don't know what module is causing this?

 
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3/24/2015 4:58 PM
 
Which DNN Version are you running?
Please run the folliowing Statement from Host > SQL:
SELECT Count(1) N FROM dbo.SearchDeletedItems
I assume there are too many deleted items in your search store, but Need more details to provide you with the best suggestions.


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3/24/2015 7:15 PM
 
These are three separate DNN instances. 2 running 7.4 and one running 7.3.4. The query returned 1 result of 0.

One of these sites is a fresh install with DNNSharp Action Grid as the only 3rd party module and the connections on it are always maxed even though it is not being used
 
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3/24/2015 8:32 PM
 
I haven't seen it before. Did you make sure to have a single worker process per app pool?

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3/27/2015 10:22 AM
 
Yes, each application pool has one worker process only
 
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