The question is simple: is there any difference between the performance of the different service…
In SQL server, you can klii an active process using the command KILL <SPID> causing it to roll back any in flight transactions. And if you have killed a process, you can check the progress of the rollback by running KILL <SPID> WITH STATUSONLY. But sometimes, for various reasons (example), SQL Server does not return any status information even if sp_who2 and Activity Monitor shows that the SPID status is KILLED/ROLLBACK.
What I find tends to work every time however, it the following little query that you can run instead:
select session_id, percent_complete , last_wait_type , wait_resource, wait_time, wait_type from sys.dm_exec_requests where status = ‘rollback’
In addition to the rollback percent complete, it gives you some info about if and what the process is waiting for, in case you feel it is taking a long time, and you want to investigate that.
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