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The blog of Sam Betts on SharePoint application development - full of lot's of useful info, guides, and various cats.

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  • 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: Building True Multi-Subnet Windows Server Failover Clusters

    Something you may have heard of if you know clustering at all is the idea of “multi-subnet clusters”; a capability introduced in Windows Server 2012 (if memory serves) to Windows Failover Clustering. It’s conceptually the same thing as a normal cluster; it’s designed to withstand an instance failure...
  • 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...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint AD Failover Review

    A key part of the SharePoint high-availability puzzle is a healthy and highly-available Active Directory; if AD dies then so does your SharePoint farm too, broadly speaking. However more specifically, that opening statement should really say “each and every SharePoint server needs AD failover” for the...
  • Blog Post: Multi-subnet Clustered SQL + RegisterAllProvidersIP + SharePoint 2013

    Those of us that have even the most passing knowledge of SharePoint will know that it needs a SQL Server instance to work at all. If SQL goes down it takes SharePoint with it which is why it’s quite common to have SQL clustered to make sure SQL stays alive at all costs. I’ve covered this before already...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2013 and SQL Server AlwaysOn - High Availability SharePoint

    What is AlwaysOn and why use it for SharePoint? Update : SQL 2014 + SharePoint 2013 (abridged) guide also available . AlwaysOn is a great new feature to SQL Server 2012 that allows consuming clients to have a mirroring and failover database solution all transparently for a single named instance...
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