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Time required and cost estimate for one terabyte infocube

Hi Experts,

I am an entry level bw developer. I want to how much of time man hours, and the cost is required to create an infocube with 1 terabyte of data. Usually most of them archive the date to external systems. So I also want to know how often do they archive does it depend on the byte present in the infocube or the performance issues.

And also one more thing how much time is required to reload back the archive data back to bw. Is is time consuming or does it take the same time as how the usual extract is done.

Any help will be very good, i need this information very urgent. My job depends on it so please anyone help me. since i am new comer to this.



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    Posted on Feb 24, 2005 at 07:45 PM

    Hi Hem,

    try to take a look to this doc.... bw multi-terabyte evaluation and feasibility test.pdf

    Hope it helps !



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    • Former Member

      Hi Roberto,

      Thanks a lot, the document helped me a lot.

      I wanted to to know one more important thing,How to check which is the largest infocube in BW system, is it anywhere possible to query like how we can do it oracle which table has more no.of records.

      In Bw how do we find which infocube in the largest one.Any help we be veyr good.



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