This behavior does not happen in PAW, but performance is AWFUL. For example, if one closes a consolidation that has been drilled down on and the consolidation has five children, it literally takes 45 seconds+ for the drill down to close. ???! This is occurring on the same dimension.
The cube is small (8MB) and has 9 dimensions. The two largest dimensions have approximately 21K and 12K members. But that is immaterial because as long as we create a dimension with the structure described below and put it in a cube with three+ dimensions (have not seen this in two dimension cubes), whether the cube is populated or empty, the server crashes.
Now for some more fun. Here is the basic structure for the dimension causing the problems:
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+Unregistered -215-040-001 -215-040-002 +All Accounts +Liabilities +Payroll -215-040-003 +Revenue ... +Cost ... +Expenses ...
So the questions are has anyone else experienced this? Is this a known "feature?" If so, is there documentation or a workaround, a set of rules for dimension building perhaps?