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OLAP database determining database file size and log size

Posted on 2013-06-18
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I want to create a OLAP database that is going to be out about 50 gig in size(initially). How do I go about setting the database file size and the database log size?

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Jedi
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Ups, I didn't see the "OLAP" word, sorry pal, I posted a code but that was totally wrong
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