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Hey everyone,

I've got an error that I am unfamilar with on a SQL Server 2005 Analysis Server.  The error started appearing yesterday after updating for the Conflicker virus, the server was rebooted, which caused the cluster to swing the data drives...as expected...but after swinging the drives back, I can't open the Database in SQL Server Studion from local and remote Studio instances.

The "O" drive in question in the error is the SAN attached drive.  The XML files open, and are viewable.

Please check out the attached pic and shoot me any idea of what this means.

Thanks a lot,
Chris
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by:Team-PSO
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We only had SP1 on the Analysis services.  Maybe Sp2 will fix this?

I see that in some other posts...but we didn't have this issue until we updated all the OS updates yesterday.

thanks again,
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pinaldave earned 500 total points
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You need to upgrade to latest Service Pack to fix this error.

Kind Regards,
Pinal
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Hey Pinal,

SP2 did fix it as I found the same error with others.

THanks,
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