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Returns the time in milliseconds (based on the resolution of the system timer) that Microsoft® SQL Server™ has been idle since last started.


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To display a report containing several SQL Server statistics, run sp_monitor.

This example shows the number of milliseconds SQL Server was idle between the start time and the current time.

SELECT @@IDLE AS 'Idle ms', GETDATE() AS 'As of'
Here is the result set:

Idle Ms              As of
-----------------    ---------------------------
277593               1998-04-18  16:41:07.160
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pradeep prem

this sql server is mainly solve problem
with this easy calculation to solve it

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