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Several Installation Scenarios Of SharePoint Server 2013

SharePoint server 2013 offers several installation scenarios. Currently, these installations comprises distinct server with built-in database installations, multiple-server farm installations and single-server farm installations. If you wish to use skills that are delivered through SharePoint 2013 or through other integration channels, such as SQL Server or Exchange Server, you also have to meet the hardware and software necessities that are particular to that skills. A small server farm usually contains at least two Web servers and a database server. One of the Web servers hosts the Central Administration site and the other manages extra farm-related tasks, including serving content to customers.

Some enterprises have data centres that are sited in close proximity to one another and are linked by high-bandwidth fibre optic links. In this environment, there is a possibility to configure the two data centres as a single farm. This distributed farm topology is called a stretched farm. Stretched farms for SharePoint 2013. Any server belonging to a server farm including database servers must actually exist in the same data centre. One of the major scenarios that you need to pay attention to is that you have SharePoint 2013 installed on a domain controller. You can effectively start Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Sandboxed Code Service in the following folder:

Central Administration > System Settings > Services on Server

Furthermore, instances of SPUCWorkerProcessProxy.exe are always formed until server memory runs out or you stop SharePoint Foundation Sandboxed Code Service via SharePoint Central Administration. For every instance of SPUCWorkerProcessProxy.exe, an instance of SPUCWorkerProcess.exe starts and then stops directly. Therefore, SPUCWorkerProcess.exe never runs. Moreover, for all installation scenarios, you need adequate hard disk space for the base installation and adequate space for diagnostics such as logging, debugging, and creating memory dumps. For production use, you must also have extra free disk space for daily operations. Additionally, conserve two times as much free space as you have RAM for production environments. Some of the following scenarios which are not supported in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 installation are

  • Installing SharePoint Server 2013 on a drive that is configured by using Resilient File System (ReFS).
  • Installing SharePoint Server 2013 in a workgroup.
  • Installing SharePoint Server 2013 on a domain controller. This setting is supported only for development configurations and not for production configurations.
  • Installing SharePoint Server 2013 on Windows Web Server.
  • Installing SharePoint Server 2013 on a virtual machine (VM) that utilizes Dynamic Memory.
  • You disable Distributed Cache in a farm configuration.

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