Estimate performance and capacity requirements in SharePoint 2010


This article contains guidance on performance and capacity planning for large-scale document management solutions. The focus of this article is on the performance characteristics of document libraries as size increases and throughput of high volume operations, such as policy update and retention. Testing conducted by Microsoft has shown that single document libraries can support tensContinue reading “Estimate performance and capacity requirements in SharePoint 2010”

SharePoint 2010 Performance and capacity management


Capacity management and sizing overview for SharePoint Server 2010 This article walks you through the concepts involved in capacity management and sizing SharePoint 2010 farms, and provides an overview of the planning process. Capacity planning for SharePoint Server 2010 This article provides detailed steps and procedures for planning the capacity of SharePoint 2010 farms. MonitoringContinue reading “SharePoint 2010 Performance and capacity management”

Best practices SharePoint Server 2010


Best practices for operational excellence (SharePoint Server 2010) Best practices for extranet environments (SharePoint Server 2010) Best practices for team collaboration sites (SharePoint Server 2010) Best practices for virtualization (SharePoint Server 2010) Best practices for My Sites (SharePoint Server 2010) Best practices for content deployment (SharePoint Server 2010) Best practices for publishing sites (SharePoint ServerContinue reading “Best practices SharePoint Server 2010”

Moving SharePoint Data Files to Different Location


Current Situations: When SharePoint installed, all the data/log files are kept in default (C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Data) location. Now the data is growing and C Drive is running out of space. Solutions: Move the data/log files to a drive where you have lot’s of space 1. Backup your entire database which you’re planning to moveContinue reading “Moving SharePoint Data Files to Different Location”