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 Author Paul Beck  Views 1172 View Original Article

Problem:  At a customer site, a content database is massive.  Various Site collections are using the same content database.  Initial Hypothesis:  Smaller site collections can be moved to new separate content databases.  This reduces the size to some degree.  The SQL log (ldf) is in good shape.  The excessive size is due to 3 unavoidable issues, multiple versions of large blobs (we need the versioning so not an option).  The recycle bin is set to …
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