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I think, you should run the full crawl to remove the deleted site from index.Crawler try 30 times before make a decison that this file/url no more with sharepoint. When the crawler encounters an access denied or a file not found error, the item is deleted from the index if the error was encountered in more than ErrorDeleteCountAllowed consecutive ...


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I am surprised that an incremental crawl is not updating the permissions, I definitely believe that it should, but I haven't had a similar scenario to yours in some time, so can't be sure. The only similar scenario I've seen recently was unfortunately with SharePoint Online, so it may not be exactly the same for on-prem, but my experiences of that were ...


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If deleted site collections still showed in the search result,then make sure below things A full Crawl against the content source(which belongs to deleted site collections) If after couple of crawls items still Showed in the result then reset the search index. Another thought, please make sure the deleted sites also removed from Central admin Run the ...


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Your understanding is not correct. So rule, if a crawl is running and schedule for another crawl schedule (Lets say full) on the same content source is approached then running crawl always took the priority & continue. Now Full crawl will be skipped and wait for the next schedule which is next week in your case. If you don't want to overlap them then i ...


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Does the file need an "Approval Status". If so, I have seen Search skip content that was pending approval if the library was setup that way.


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To improve your application (to reduce the time difference between new item added/changes and that to reflect on your content Search webpart) , you can try below things: Create a separate content source for your application site collection.(This is to reduce the crawl duration) Configure continuous crawl for that content source.The default interval of ...


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Incremental crawl covers the following scenarios, where SharePoint index files will be updated and search results will affected without the need to perform full crawl: Adding new document to document library or new item to list Edit current document content Delete document (incremental crawl will detect the deletion and removes it from the index and from ...


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After doing a lot of searching through the ULS logs, I found some entries indicating that the index storage was running out of disk space. I increased the size of the disk, and that seems to have resolved the issues.


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I have a solution for this long overdue and old problem. It is a slight work around for lists that have attachments or large lists to crawl the attachments and promote search results, it works. You must get WebDAV running and working on your servers and crawl the attachment location as a file share (UNC Path). This has been tested on SharePoint 2013 and ...



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