Monthly Archives: June 2007

Collecting Counter Information

I had to open a ticket with MS earlier this week regarding frequent crashing of the OLAP service. One of the pieces of data they needed was counter information. It wasn’t just a few counters, it ended up being 1700. … Continue reading

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Creating New Partitions with AMO

One of the things that suprised me at the BI Convention last month was how many people fully reprocess partitions every time new data is added. Several people said they spent upwards of three hours a night adding new data. … Continue reading

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OLAP Service Shuts Down

For the last couple months, every several days the OLAP service will just shut down. For the few hours before it does, we receive the following message box:   The description for Event ID ( 22 ) in Source ( … Continue reading

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