Can someone tell me the approximate ratio between:
SSAS 2008 database size: SSAS 2008 backup size without compression
SSAS 2008 database size: SSAS 2008 backup size with compression
I know that it all depends on the how much data present in the database and how much full the database is. I just need the approximate values assuming that the SSAS database has the complete data in its allocated space.
It shows that my database size (in properties) is 115MB, so you're right - the uncompressed backup is slightly larger. It does say "Estimated size", which seems odd, but maybe it's somehow only able to
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