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Message Posted: Tue, 27 Nov 2007 @ 14:39:23 GMT
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We've got Teradata Manager (release 184.108.40.206) running as a windows service on a server, so that users can connect to it as clients to run PMON. I've noticed that the windows service starts two Teradata sessions, one in the monitor partition and the other in the DBC/SQL partition.
Curious about what SQL it was running, I turned on access logging and discovered that it seems to be checking for alerts (dbcmngr.alertcontrol). We're not doing any alert monitoring so I'm wondering if there's some way to stop this alert check (and anything else it might be doing) from running every minute.
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