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Just went through this issue with Microsoft last week. You'll need to go into Central Admin > Manage Service Applications Then you'll have to delete and re-provision your Search Service Application. More info on reprovisioning using PowerShell can be found here.


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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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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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I dont know what is default retention period of the crawl logs. But using the SearchServiceApplication.CrawlLogCleanupIntervalInDays you can set it to as per your requirement. this method have both get and sets, which may help you to get existing cleanup. http://sharepoint-community.net/profiles/blogs/large-msscrawlurllog When a crawler cannot find an ...


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As the error suggests, increase the time out value from Search Administration Page Central Administration -> Manage Service Applications -> Search Service Application Farm Search Administration Timeout change value Another option is by changing the IE proxy settings Internet options Connections LAN Settings Uncheck Automatically detect Settings Save. ...


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Please check the ULS log with the Search ID. You might find more information in the Logs. I faced a similar issue, and after checking the ULS logs, I found that 'ExcludeFromSummary' is mis-configured. Check this article if it helps - http://spdeveloper.co.in/sharepoint2013/search-crawl-content-processing-pipeline-failed.aspx


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You can define crawler impact rules so you can reduce the load SharePoint will put on an external site. What type of content? Is this static HTML pages or something different? You may want to be sure your crawler is also configured to crawl complex URL's. You can also adjust the SharePoint crawler timeouts and retry events - but these are server settings ...


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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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