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AllDocStreams stores the actual binary content of a document. In 2010, this would store the binary content of each file, while in 2013/2016 it would only store the difference from the previous version.


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In SharePoint 2010, versioning stores complete copies of previous versions. The size you are seeing is all the previous versions. Some things to combat this, in your versioning settings in the libraries, set maximum number of major and minor versions. After setting that, you'll need to perform some scripted maintenance to purge the versions. You would ...


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PowerShell is just a wrapper for the object model. You can create Web Template & create Sites and Site Collections from that Custom Web Template using method mentioned in below reference. Programmatically creating Sites and Site Collections from a Custom Web Template ---------------------EXAMPLE 1----------------------- Move-SPSite ...


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This is an example from MSDN using SSOM. SPWebApplication webApp = new SPSite("http://MySiteCollection").WebApplication; SPSiteCollection siteCollections = webApp.Sites; SPSite newSiteCollection = siteCollections.Add("sites/Site_Name", "Site_Title", "Site_Description", 1033, "STS#0", "DOMAIN\\Owner", "Owner_Display_Name", "Owner_Email", ...


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If your database really was a higher than your SharePoint farm, then you couldn't add it--you would receive a schema error. Your databases are just from an older CU, and you need to run the PSConfig on your SharePoint servers to update the schema of the databases to match that of the current SharePoint build. Use Upgrade-SPContentDatabase: ...



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