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How to run parallel DB Stats on Cube ?

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We have cubes containing more then 1800 Million records normally DB Stats run on a single tread so it takes approx. 8 hours.

How to run parallel DB Stats on Cube?

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2016 at 04:47 AM

    You cannot do it through SAPGUI.

    You have give the table names (Fact and dimension tables) to your DBAs and ask them to update stats for those tables. They will be able to do it through OS console.

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    Francis

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    • Former Member Imran Shafiq

      General guideline is, more frequent/more volume/more diverse changes to the cube data would need more frequent DB stat update.

      I have not seen any recommendation till now to run DB stat updates every day, A weekly update itself would be an overkill.

      Just having an updated stats alone will not guarantee you an optimized performance on the cube.

      I would suggest you search the forums(SCN and database specific forums) and understand how a DB stat helps achieve performance improvement. This will help you implement right approach in your scenario.

  • Posted on Jun 29, 2016 at 08:33 AM

    you could convert your cube to SPO's... this means less data per partition, hence faster statistics update.

    M.

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