SSIS parallel question SQL Server 2008 R2

I have a database server and SSIS server (separate servers)

If I call 1 store procedure 6 times using sqltasks within my SSIS package that is stored on my SSIS server, will it use the resources of the database server or SSIS server  to do the parallel processing?

If it runs on the database server, what are ways to push the load to the SSIS server?
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nishant joshiTechnology Development ConsultantCommented:
Hi Yanci,

Here ssis server is different but load whould be on both server.

Stored procedure which you are executing uses IO,CPU and resources to get data.Parallel execution may cause blocking or load on tables.

Ssis package gets data and may stores result into buffer for next transformation.As well as it creates thread to get data.This will use resources of ssis server.
Don't forget the network as a resource in this
yanci1179Author Commented:
parallel execution did not cause blocking given that the transaction was an insert only.  I looked a little further into this.  Given that I am only executing a store procedure, most of the load is happening on the Database Server.  I am unable to save the data in SSIS buffer because it contains geometry and SSIS doesn't have a direct datatype for this.  It stores it as image which makes it difficult to work with within the package, therefore all of the transformation logic has to happen at the database server via a store procedure.

Thanks for the help.

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yanci1179Author Commented:
I did further analysis and arrived to this conclusion.
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