Page Level Locks Left In MSSQL when finding with conditions

I am experiencing perplexing page level locking problems when using

The following code results in piles ( ~80 in this case ) of active page
locks which then prevent any updates on the table until the mssql
process is killed.
I have another part of the application that uses find_by_sql with
several joins and it exhibits similar problems.
I have run the code under WebBrick/Mongrel/FastCGI and it happens in
each case.

Here is the code ( models and rails environment listed at the bottom )

:conditions => [ "trip.dateStart > ? ", ‘2007-01-01’ ] ,
:include => [ :trip, :constituent ]

The pertinent lock info for one of the locks is:

Type: PAG
Resource: 1:1033 ( each lock has a different fileid:pagenumber here )
Mode: IS
Status: GRANT
ObjName: con
IndID: 0
IndName: con

If i tweak the statement a bit - there are NO locks:

In this case get rid of the second associated model and there are no
:conditions => [ "trip.dateStart > ? ", ‘2007-01-01’ ] ,
:include => [ :trip ]

In this case get rid of the conditions and there are no locks
:include => [ :trip, :constituent ]

Here are the models:

class Registration < ActiveRecord::Base
set_table_name “register”
set_primary_key “regID”
belongs_to :constituent, :foreign_key => “conID”
belongs_to :trip, :foreign_key => “tripID”

class Constituent < ActiveRecord::Base
set_table_name “con”
set_primary_key “conID”

class Trip < ActiveRecord::Base
set_table_name “trip”
set_primary_key “tripID”

The only thing that is probably out of the ordinary is that we are
dealing with a legacy DB and have to manually set all the table names
and primary keys.

Rails Environment:
Ruby version 1.8.4 (i386-mswin32)
RubyGems version 0.8.11
Rails version 1.1.6
Active Record version 1.14.4
Action Pack version 1.12.5
Action Web Service version 1.1.6
Action Mailer version 1.2.5
Active Support version 1.3.1

Thanks for any help.


Wow this sounds like a tough problem! I don’t have any ideas, but
maybe some of the other wizards in here can chime in? Ehh, Ehh?


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