What version are you running of Analysis? Depending on the version the log location is different. I would try to stop/start the analysis (not the service!) and see if the logs have more information. Is this analysis service connecting to multiple PI Data Archives? If yes, do other analyses show the same error?
In addition to what Sebastien Raposo mentioned, I would look into the output attribute and make sure that it is pointed to the correct PI Data Archive (make sure there is no typo).
As a test, you could always change that attribute to SINUSOID or a dummy tag and try to write your analysis to it as a test.
So we just had the same issue. The AF server with the error doesn't have trust permissions with the server hosting the data archive. In our case our DEV server wasn't listed in trusts on the PROD server. Once we added the user name that the AD server is using to the correct group on PROD they cleared and started working as intended.
Our AF server uses an SVC account for windows permissions.
Using PI SMT pointed to the data archive server go to Security -> Mappings &Trusts -> Trusts Tab and made sure that user was listed there. In our case, we had a security group we had to add the SVC account to.
Hope this helps...
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You could have used a PI Mapping as well for your user. They are more secure than PI Trust as they use WIS.