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  • Blog Post: Reduce AppFabric Calls to Active Directory for SharePoint Farms

    AppFabric is a key part of any SharePoint 2013 as we all know by now. It’s used for many things indeed all over the product and AppFabric in turn uses Active Directory to make sure only authorised processes get access to the cache data. Thus when SharePoint uses AppFabric, it opens a new TCP connection...
  • Blog Post: Troubleshooting AppFabric Error Messages for SharePoint

    Otherwise entitled “The Mysteries of the Wobbly AppFabric Cache-Cluster”. In the daily running of on-premise SharePoint 2013, you may have seen errors & warnings logged about AppFabric/the distributed cache cluster. This article is to clear up why they might be happening. Errors such as: Connection...
  • Blog Post: Troubleshooting AppFabric Timeouts on SharePoint

    SharePoint 2013 uses AppFabric to host a bunch of stuff in a cache-cluster. This is awesome mainly because each web-front-end server doesn’t have its’ own cache island that can’t be shared with the other web-front-ends and the likelihood of a cache-miss is much lower (especially if the load-balancer...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2013 + Distributed Cache (AppFabric) Troubleshooting

    Two messages you may have seen if you’ve administered SharePoint 2013 in anyway way about caching are “This Distributed Cache host may cause cache reliability problems” and/or “cacheHostInfo is null” from PowerShell. This article is about how to fix those errors & caching...
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