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In our SSAS server, the Analysis services stops by itself (but it shows that service is still started). I always restart service and it works then. it happens once in 1 or 2 months. But as its a prod server,its not acceptable. Any idea why its happening. nothing in window logs
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by:lcohan
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Did you checked SQL Logs on that box? And SSAS logs? SQL logs are available in SSMS under "Management" section and also directly on the box in a local folder.
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by:dkumeri
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no error there as well
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by:lcohan
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nothing in the msmdsrv.log file? should be under C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSAS10.MSSQLSERVER\OLAP\Log
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where I can get msmdsrv.log file? Also " C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\ " ,I get different option after this path i.e 80, 90, 100 folder
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if you are using SQL 2008 it must be under your .\MSAS10...... path.
That's where it is installed by default and other than that you could open SSMS on that box, connect to Analysys Services, right click server name, select Properties, and check "Show Advanced (All) Properties" on the general tab then locate the path to your log file
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attached is the msmdsrv.log file but there in nothing informative
msmdsrv.log
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Please see article below with similar issues and maybe it helps you find the source as well:

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en/sqlanalysisservices/thread/e425ef58-84b2-47f0-8575-51c985e302b6
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thanks
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