SharePoint Workflow settings

Hello All, Customer recently asked me about this and since i had to go hunting I figured i would leave this here for you.  Users are having problems running Workflows they will run sporatically and sometimes take quite a bit of time to execute. Here are the commands that I recommend: Setting the Throttle Size,…

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SharePoint Tidbit – Optimizing SQL for SharePoint on-prem

Hello All, First of all, these steps will be true for both SharePoint 2013 or SharePoint 2016 unless mentioned otherwise, as well the steps will be true for all supported versions of SQL unless stated otherwise. I’m sure you realize this but let it be said SQL is the heart, brain, and body of SharePoint…

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SharePoint Tidbit – Monitoring SharePoint 2016

Hello All, Was recently asked about counters so i thought I would list them here for all of us. \.NET CLR Memory(*)\% Time in GC \AppFabric Caching:Cache\Cache Miss Percentage \AppFabric Caching:Cache\Total Data Size Bytes \AppFabric Caching:Cache\Total Object Count \AppFabric Caching:Cache\Total Client Requests / Sec \AppFabric Caching:Cache\Total Read Requests \AppFabric Caching:Cache\Total Objects Returned \AppFabric Caching:Cache\Total Write…

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Stress testing SharePoint 2013

Hello All, A customer of mine wanted some high level information on stress testing SharePoint as they prepare for there upgrade.  These lists are not complete as their many tools out there, these are the ones that I am most familiar with.  Here is the first e-mail I sent Here are some best practices and…

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SharePoint Tidbit – Creating custom Templates in PAL

Hello All,   In continuing with the last tidbit I wrote I want to bring your attention to another article written by Jeff (Former PFE).   http://www.windowsperf.com/blog/2014/6/29/how-to-create-custom-templates-in-pal-aka-how-does-this-thing-work-anyway   In this article he goes thru how the templates work together (There is inheritance so that a SharePoint Admin doesn’t need to be concerned with OS counters…

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