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Datasets connected to On Prem Gateway

when I connect a new report to the On Prem Gateway, it seems to create a new Mashup Evaluation Container. It uses a lot of memory and slows down the server. Is there a way to get the list of datasets connected to the On Prem gateway? Is there a way to turn off the Mashup Evaluation Container from On Prem Gateway, without opening the individual report in power bi desktop?

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Re: Datasets connected to On Prem Gateway

Hi there

You can get the list of connected data sources, by going into the Power BI Service, then clicking on Manage Gateways.

As per the recommendation I would suggest having the On-Premise Gateway sitting on its own server, so that it does not impact anything else.
With that being said, you could also review what the PBIX files are doing and look to see if there can be some optimizations in the Power Query Editor, which could then use less memory and process the data faster.

This link below, is where you can set how many Mashup Containers to get running.
https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/on-premises-data-gateway-january-update-is-now-available/




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Re: Datasets connected to On Prem Gateway

Hi there

You can get the list of connected data sources, by going into the Power BI Service, then clicking on Manage Gateways.

As per the recommendation I would suggest having the On-Premise Gateway sitting on its own server, so that it does not impact anything else.
With that being said, you could also review what the PBIX files are doing and look to see if there can be some optimizations in the Power Query Editor, which could then use less memory and process the data faster.

This link below, is where you can set how many Mashup Containers to get running.
https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/on-premises-data-gateway-january-update-is-now-available/




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