16 August, 2012

SharePoint Foundation 2013 known issues

Recommended configuration for crawling large hosts

When defining content sources to crawl in SharePoint Search, the maximum number of threads that can simultaneously make requests to a host is set to 12 by default OOB. This value affects the rate of content discovery from the host. For all small and medium sized hosts (<10M), this thread count is sufficient. But if the target host is >10M, we recommend you increase the thread count.

Workaround For large hosts (>10M items), we recommend you set the number of threads to 32 or more. This is over-and-above the recommendation to have dedicated crawl targets that helps manage load on front ends efficiently without impacting performance observed by users of that host.

Some "15" or "2010" strings not updated to “2013” in SharePoint 2013 Preview Management Pack

Some "15" or "2010" strings aren’t updated to "2013" or "2013 Preview" in the User Guide, file names, and some user interface strings of SharePoint 2013 Preview Management Pack.

Workaround No workaround is available.

Management Shell shows an error when open
When you open the Management Shell, you see the following error message:

Could not create a CmdletConfiguration for CmdletName Start-BulkOperation, CmldetClass, CmdletHelpFile C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\15\CONFIG\PowerShell\Help\Microsoft.Office.Education.Institution.dll-Help.xml.

Cannot process argument because the value of argument"implementingType" is null. Change the value of argument "implementingType" to a non-null value.

Workaround This error doesn't block any scenarios. The shell works for all cmdlets.

PerformancePoint items missing from BI Center left navigation pane

If you create a new BI site collection, you'll see it with navigation links missing.

Workaround To see the links, go to Site Settings > Navigation and change the site to use structural navigation.

Reference Click here


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