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How many Cubes on Analysis Services ?

How many Cubes on Analysis Services ?

(OP)
Good day,

Currently we have 22 Cubes running within Analysis Services.
We are now starting to experience problems with our Cubes in the sense that some of them fail during processing which,never used to be the problem in the past.

I was wondering if anyone would be able to say if this is because SSAS is to bussy in order to process them. Let me put it this way, when and how can one determine if SSAS is getting to busy in order to process these Cubes.

The thing is, I don't thing that 22 Cubes is a lot. Is there someone out there with lots more ?

Also,I would like to mention that when we do process our Cubes then we do a full process. Can anyone suggest what would be best practice in order to take some load of the server ?

Thank you.

pipe "We know nothing but, that what we know is not the truth..." - Me

RE: How many Cubes on Analysis Services ?

(OP)
Hi,

Thanks for this.....This very technical and interesting. I'm still playing with this.

pipe "We know nothing but, that what we know is not the truth..." - Me

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