When killing a idle spid using "kill <spid> with force", the spid remains in sysprocesses and sp_who output with "sleeping" status.
If you use dbcc stacktrace on the hung spid you will see ths functions: soc_nclose, kscloseall, upkill, upprekill
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SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) 15.7 and 16.0
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