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There is a tool on codePlex called SPmanager, which will help you to locate the solution i.e. where it is being used. But it will not tell you what will be the impact if disable a sandbox solution.


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Sandboxed solution can implement/automate business use cases that revolves around the data in a particular site. That being said there is no direct way to list the features of such solutions. Your best bet is to list solutions using PowerShell. Then talk to the developers/site owners who created those.


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As per the Best Practices from MSFT: To ensure optimal performance for farm operations, we recommend that you install SQL Server 2008 R2 with SP1 or SQL Server 2012 on a dedicated server that does not run other farm roles and does not host databases for other applications. ...


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The answer is 'it depends'. While throwing memory at it may work, there are other factors to consider, such as CPU usage, Disk I/O, and Network I/O. There are also backup and restore strategies to consider. But all of this depends on your existing usage of your SharePoint databases as well as the future usage of these non-SharePoint databases. This is not ...


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We have a fairly large number of non-SharePoint databases on the same instance as a SharePoint 2010 farm, and have seen no issues so far. We also have a number of customers running the same scenario with no issues. There may be a performance impact on SharePoint due to the memory consumed by SQL caching other databases, and the maximum degree of parallelism ...



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