Get to Know the Most Common Causes of Corruption in SharePoint Serverby IDS Logic Pvt. Ltd. Software Outsourcing Company
Microsoft SharePoint is a popular collaboration and document management tool that is used in businesses and large organizations.
It offers a wide range of benefits to those who use it, but corruption of data files can happen any time in a computer application and SharePoint database is no exception.
This may actually cause serious issues to those who use it and in case the files get corrupted, then you must also know how to recover them.
But before learning the steps of recovery, it is important to understand the most common reasons of corruption so that you can choose the right process to get your data restored.
In this article, we will share with you some common causes that may be the reason of your SharePoint server corruption. Let’s take a closer look at it:
Low RAM or Hard Disk Space:
SharePoint server offers great features to keep its users happy, but at times the users may have to face some serious issues related to the data if it has low RAM of hard disk space. In this case, it will close the functionalities so that important data can fit into the available space.
It will also cache less in the web app pools and recycle more. This action of less caching and more recycling often result in degraded performance and also causes troubles for the SharePoint end users.
Use Of Improper or Incorrect Urls:
SharePoint and Microsoft IIS may face communication problems and in case you make changes to the web app, then SharePoint development doesn’t inform the ISS about it.
Usually SharePoint development admins give their web apps urls that are short to avoid extra typing. But web apps need a fully qualified URL and such short urls usually fail to route across the internet and this may at times cause serious problems. So avoid using incorrect or short URLs for better functionality.
Incorrect Use of Virtualization:
In case you are using virtualization, ensure that you are using it smartly and also correctly, because at times improper virtualization may lead to serious issues in the SharePoint server.
This also leads to mistakes by the administrators at a high level. In case you are using visualized SQL server, then at times the virtualization can start over-committing the host through CPU, hard disk space and RAM.
Such an action can reduce the performance of the SQL server and also the SharePoint server.
Also Read: The Different Types of SharePoint Migration That You May Consider for Your Website
Use a Single Account For Everything:
Security is the most important thing of concern and this is also the case with SharePoint Server. Using a single account for everything may look fine, but in many cases it may be a bad idea.
If you are using a single account, as this may cause various security issues in the SharePoint Server. Any user who knows the account password can make any unnecessary changes to the SharePoint Server and it would be difficult to track who made the changes.
There may be various reasons that may lead to corruption in the database. Having knowledge of some of them would help you to act accordingly and save your SharePoint server from failure or crash.
Created on Jun 3rd 2019 07:30. Viewed 317 times.