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Posted Thursday, December 27, 2012 8:21 AM
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Hi,
We have a SQL server standard edition in our project. for performance tuning, one of the client SME has recommenced to configure parallel processing. when we try to configure it, we are getting a warning "Parallel processing not supported on Standard edition of Analysis"

the document available on Microsoft site also says that this feature is not supported in Std edition.

from the bolgs i found that this is just a warning and parallel processing will work. also we can know this by running profiler.

can anyone please tel what parameter in profiler will prove that parallel processing is been used or not in the trace?

Thanks in advance
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varshachyk (12/27/2012)
Hi,
We have a SQL server standard edition in our project. for performance tuning, one of the client SME has recommenced to configure parallel processing. when we try to configure it, we are getting a warning "Parallel processing not supported on Standard edition of Analysis"

the document available on Microsoft site also says that this feature is not supported in Std edition.

from the bolgs i found that this is just a warning and parallel processing will work. also we can know this by running profiler.

can anyone please tel what parameter in profiler will prove that parallel processing is been used or not in the trace?

Please post a link to those blogs, but I don't think it is true. With Standard edition you can have partitions, but you cannot process them in parallel.

Rob
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