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Message Posted: Tue, 11 Jul 2007 @ 01:51:01 GMT
Perhaps I'm missing something, but wouldn't this be a question for the people who supplied the reporting process?
Either way, you probably need to supply more information. A generic question such as this can only get a generic response such as look at windows task manager (or ps on Unix) and kill the task associated with the reporting tool.
Having said that, I would not recommend killing processes as S.O.P. You should really look at:
a) Why Teradata is doing restarts and address that problem and/or
b) If the reporting tool must run when a restart is initiated (can't they be scheduled for different times) Fix the reporting process so that it can deal with the restarts.
I believe that when Teradata restarts your query will automatically resume - assuming your query wasn't the cause of the restart or the system was rebooted via admin command. If not, you will get an error code through ODBC/JDBC which your reporting process will need to deal with.
I hope this helps
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