[Via Paul Andrew]
Today we are updating the SharePoint Boundaries and Limits document on TechNet with larger content database size limits and we are clarifying the value in Remote Blob Storage (RBS). With these changes to the SharePoint software boundaries the discussion of scale limits moves to other areas such as appropriate hardware, SQL Server configuration, disk IO bandwidth, planning and pre-production testing.
Full details are on the SharePoint team blog here. Key changes:
As part of the work required to increase these limits we have completed scale lab testing with a SharePoint farm with two content databases with a total of 30 TB of data across 120 million items. A report on this scale lab will be published in the near future.
Questions can be raised on Paul Andrew´s Blog.
Stefan, do you have the kb article that gives us the list of known issue with large content database sizes? If yes can you please share with us.
I don't have such a list.
Thanks Stefan for the update. Does such list exists? I did lot of search on Techhet but could not find any.
if I would know that such a list exists I would have it.
As I don't have it it is obvious that I don't know if such a list exists.
Stefan the reaon I asked is the point number 3 above. It says "All known issues with large content database sizes are detailed in the boundaries and limits document. This empowers customers to make their own decisions about how to implement their systems."
But the technet article on boundaries and limits document or the plannning and capcaity guide do not give known issues with large content database.
Thanks for your time.
I assume what is meant here is the information in the "Notes" section of each limit of the document.