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As you said you can use the command Move-SPSite on more site collection. Select the site collection (by matching the url) and then move them. Get-SPSite -Limit All | Where-Object {$_.Url -match "mySiteName" -or $_.Url -march "mySiteName1" } | Move-SPSite -DestinationDatabase ContentDb2 To create a new content DB, you can use New-SPContentDatabase ...


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1 - The Move-SPSite cmdlet moves the data in the specified site collection from its current content database to the content database specified by the DestinationDatabase parameter. A no-access lock is applied to the site collection to prevent users from altering data within the site collection while the move is taking place. Once the move is complete, the ...


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You need to make sure the web applications and customizations are in place before you mount the content database to the web application. The full process is described in the article Upgrade content databases to SharePoint 2013: Create Web Applciations Create a web application for each web application that existed in the SharePoint 2010 Products ...


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CMSPublishing#0 is designed to be used as a template for a sub site in a site collection where Publishing Infrastructure is already enabled. Credit goes to Paul S.


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There is no OOTB webpart available for this activity. But you can create a custom Web Part for this. Programmatically find out the number of site-collections within a web application. SPWebApplication.Sites would help you get the site-collection present inside web application. Check these for more info: ...


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By using SPOSitePropertiesEnumerable spp = tenant.GetSiteProperties(0, true); you will get limited to 300 site collections only. I shared my solution here to get all the site collections here. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24405584/sharepoint-csom-retrieving-site-collections-limited-to-300/24406495?noredirect=1#comment40072226_24406495 ...



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