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Supported High Availability and Disaster Recovery Options for SharePoint 2013 Databases

4 September, 2013 (08:29) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

Microsoft has documented the supported options for HA and DR for SharePoint 2013 databases (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj841106.aspx) but did not have it in a format that was easy to print and review with other teams. Here is a link to a spreadsheet version of that data: http://sdrv.ms/17zvRf4

User Profile Database Growth Issue Resolved

16 April, 2012 (08:15) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

It appears the User Profile Database growth issue I posted about previously has been resolved with the February cumulative update for SharePoint 2010. In my previous post, a temporary solution was provided that involved creating a stored procedure and running it on a scheduled basis to clean up the appropriate tables. In reviewing the KB […]

User Profile Synchronization Database Growing Out of Control?

26 May, 2011 (14:38) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

If you have worked with SharePoint 2010 and created a User Profile Service Application (UPA) you may have noticed that your SyncDB is growing larger each and every day. Search around the Internet, you will find posts like this: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/sharepoint2010setup/thread/70df46de-6dc3-4b2c-8cc6-70b3ff3eb3f4 Other people are definitely having this problem and there are no solutions on how to […]