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SQL Server crashes

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#1 greatchap


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Posted 04 July 2017 - 09:42 PM

Hello Everyone,


I have a Windows Server 2016 server which is running SQL Server 2016.


My application interacts with the server and exchanges stock market data.


Things have been going well for last 6 months. However since last week to 10 days the sql server suddenly stops running. When I see event log it shows that sql server has crashed. I have to start the server again and then it resumes.


I dunno why this is happening. However i did notice an application running called secury.exe which consumes a lot of resources. Have a look at screenshot.


I did run a windows defender quick scan but it didn't turn up anything.


Please advice as to what can I do.







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