Solving The Cube Processing Mystery

SQL Sasquatch has a follow-up on his last post and answers the question of why there was a gap:

Last week I posted some of my perfmon graphs from an SSAS server.  I want to model the work happening on an SSAS server during multidimensional cubes processing – both dimension and fact processing.

That’s here:
SSAS Multidimensional Cube Processing – What Kind of Work is Happening?
http://sql-sasquatch.blogspot.com/2016/07/ssas-multidimensional-cube-processing.html

There was a window at the end of the observation period where data was still flowing across the network, CPU utilization was still high enough to indicate activity, but the counters for rows read/converted/written/created per second were all zero.  The index rows/sec counter was also zero.

Check it out.

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