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I am attaching a content db from moss 2007 SP version to SharePoint enterprise 2010 edition as part of refer for the overall objective. but the content db is occupying the complete space. is there any best practice or configurations that should be followed.

  • what you mean by occupy the space...how much space you have in 2007 and how much you see the space after move. – Waqas Sarwar MVP Jun 9 '15 at 20:32
  • say if i have 150 GB content database with free space on drive is 300gb. it is giving an error saying " Action 4.0.98.0 of Microsoft.SharePoint.Upgrade.SPContentDatabaseSequence failed to rollback" with all the 300gb space occupied. – kesava Jun 10 '15 at 20:59
  • Data drive on SQL server is same as System Drive? how much space u have on C drive(system) – Waqas Sarwar MVP Jun 10 '15 at 21:03
  • i have 300gb of total space in which OS and other files occupies 50GB - both in same c drive. – kesava Jun 10 '15 at 21:38
  • In this scentio, I would try to remove the unwanted stuff from site collection, shrink the db...reduce the size so that it can be upgraded. – Waqas Sarwar MVP Jun 10 '15 at 22:01
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This one is expected behavior.

When performing the upgrade, you need to plan on having plenty of drive space available on both System drive as well as Data drive and Log Drive for SQL. Here is some real time example.

Once I moved the database to a terrabyte partition, the error was resolved. I found that, in order to reliably upgrade a SharePoint 2007 content databases to 2010, you'll need to plan for allowing the content database to triple in size during the upgrade. If your content database is 100 GB, you'll need at least 300 GB for the log files to grow. SharePoint 2010 Upgrade Failure - Executing DDL Script When we migrated our 2007 to 2010, I checked, we had 3 times of the existing size of DB.

http://blog.armgasys.com/?p=108

  • i have increased the space to 3 times and i will post my comments on the outcome. – kesava Jun 11 '15 at 0:51

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