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2nd OLAP instance need other disk resource


2nd OLAP instance need other disk resource

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I have an enterprise edition SQL Server on an active/passive cluster with OLAP and RSS and SQL Server. I need to install another OLAP instance for tabular model. Am I correct that when setting up another instance of OLAP I will need another network name and another disk resource setup for this instance



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Yes, it sucks but on a cluster that is the case. It is for failover and usually cluster setups should have a new instance on a different cluster node.

The plus is you will not have to install a new instance, only the server and disk resource for a second SSAS install (Multidimension can be on default/named instance and Tabular on a new instance with no sql server service).

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is there a way to limit the memory of this 2nd instance of OLAP. I know how to do this in the database engine side, but how can I do this on a 2nd instance of OLAP?



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yes, this guide should help you

http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/5/e/85eea4fa-b3bb-4426-97d0-7f7151b2011c/SSAS2005PerfGuide.doc

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thanks would this be applicable to 2012?



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