Killing SPIDs

Garland MacNeill is all out of bubble gum:

Recently came across a situation where reporting logins were interfering with nightly jobs due to blocking. After a number of attempts of trying to resolve the blocking, it was decided that a stored procedure that disabled the login and killed the user sessions was the most pragmatic solution. This is the code I came up with to resolve the issue.

Click through for the script.  This is definitely a last-ditch option, but it’s good to have in your bag of tricks.

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