Deadlocking on tempdb.dbo.RG_AllObjects_v4

RandomUserRandomUser Posts: 5 New member
edited April 19, 2018 9:50PM in SQL Source Control
I've got two developers both connected to the same SQL instance and I'm seeing fairly frequent deadlocking from the Redgate connections on tempdb.dbo.RG_AllObjects_v4. Figured I'd check to see if there's a recommendation for this before I start making changes.

Example:

Deadlock victim
    <frame procname="tempdb.dbo.RG_WhatsChanged_v4" line="275" stmtstart="24182" stmtend="25836">
UPDATE tempdb.dbo.RG_AllObjects_v4
SET    EntryDateTime = GETUTCDATE(),
       [Matched]     = 0,
       UserName      = NULL,
       ObjectName    = NewObjects.ObjectName,
       SchemaName    = NewObjects.SchemaName,
       TypeOfAction  = 'Modified',
       ModifyDate    = NewObjects.ModifyDate
FROM   tempdb.dbo.RG_AllObjects_v4 CurrentObjects
       INNER JOIN #CurrentDatabaseObjects NewObjects
         ON CurrentObjects.DatabaseID = NewObjects.DatabaseID
            AND CurrentObjects.ObjectID = NewObjects.ObjectID
            AND CurrentObjects.ObjectType = NewObjects.ObjectType
WHERE  CurrentObjects.ModifyDate &lt; NewObjects.ModifyDate


-- and any child objects that when created or deleted
-- there is no corresponding update to the parent modification date
-- currently only EP, but you wait!    </frame>

Deadlock winner
    <frame procname="tempdb.dbo.RG_WhatsChanged_v4" line="522" stmtstart="47136" stmtend="48048">
UPDATE Parent
  SET    UserName  = Child.UserName,
         [Matched] = 1
  FROM   tempdb.dbo.RG_AllObjects_v4 Parent
         INNER JOIN tempdb.dbo.RG_AllObjects_v4 Child
           ON Parent.DatabaseID = Child.DatabaseID
              AND Parent.ObjectID = Child.ParentObjectID
  WHERE  Parent.TypeOfAction IN ('Modified', 'Deleted')
         AND Parent.[Matched] = 0 AND Child.[Matched] = 1


  -- and sometimes it is the other way around.    </frame>

Comments

  • MarkDavisMarkDavis Posts: 6 Bronze 1
    This is a old post but we are also experiencing this as a indication today 15 times
    Medium24 Aug 2020 at 12:41
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    Medium24 Aug 2020 at 04:44
     without having to filter out alerts are there any other options
  • BHughesBHughes Posts: 7 New member
    Has anyone found a solution to this?  We've recently opened up monitor to other users and are encountering the same issue.

  • RandomUserRandomUser Posts: 5 New member
    edited October 25, 2021 1:57PM
    Sorry, I thought I updated this previously but it looks like that's not the case. We asked our developers to uncheck the "Indicate changed objects in the Object Exporer and update indicators every n seconds" setting in the SQL Source Control options and that seemed to help. It's more of a workaround than a solution.
    Obviously, with Source Control not polling for changes, the developers need to manually check more frequently so they know what's been modified by others. 
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