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SharePoint Store data into Content Database, Documents are stored as Binary Large OBjects or BLOBs within the content database. Problem when you made actual change to file(15MB) sharepoint save a another copy of file with new version. that's fine but when you made changes to MetaData SharePoint again treat it new version stored another copy. So in RBS, ...
AFAIK from my little RBS testing with StoragePoint, versioned files are still offloaded into the blob store. The SQL server keeps track of the pointers to each of the blob versions. SharePoint versioning is a straight copy, not a diff.
It is very important to take note of the filestream provider name. Then you can detach database, and copy primary file, log file and BLOB storage folder to new server and attach. It is also important to remember to enable FILESTREAM on all nodes of the cluster. Without it, SQL query to attach database doesn't work. SharePoint 2010 - moving databases to new ...
When you install RBS for SharePoint you create an RBS BLOB and enable support for it at the content database level. So if you only enable support for some content databases then the rest of them will continue to operate without RBS. I dont see any issue in mix environment , in term of performance or integration etc, Rather you need maintain two type of ...
Yes you can, and no you shouldn't face any issues.
You'd need to back up the DB and the file system location to where the RBS content lives. The DB holds a pointer to the file share. So if you don't back up the share, you lose all your content.
I would start out by taking a look at these links: http://www.toddklindt.com/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=174 http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee663474(v=office.14).aspx I also took a stab at a few RBS-related articles here: http://www.andrewjbillings.com/tag/rbs/ You run step 4 on the first web server and then this command on ALL other ...
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