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Microsoft SQL Server: Analysis Services (OLAP) FAQ

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Analysis Services Operations Guide by tlbroadbent
Posted: 19 Jun 06

The Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services Operations Guide is available on the TechNet web site.

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sql/2000/maintain/anservog.mspx

Topics covered include the following.
    Introduction
    Configuration Management
    Release Management
    Change Management
    Security Administration
    Service and Availability Management
    Capacity Management
    Problem and Incident Management
The guide also contains several useful appendices.
    Appendix A: Checklist for Operations
    Appendix B: Resources
    Appendix C: How to Tune the Process Buffer Size
    Appendix D: Sample Script for Changing the Data Folder Location
    Appendix E: Sample Script for Creating Repository Audit Triggers
    Appendix F: Sample Script for Creating an OLAP Linked Server  
    Appendix G: Sample Script To Verify Analysis Services Availability
    Appendix H: Sample Script to Determine When Lazy Processing is Complete
    Appendix I: Sample Script to Determine Whether Data Slices Have Been Set
    Appendix J: Sample Script to Determine the Analysis Services Edition  
    Appendix K: Data Folder Structure  

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