Content databases are growing too large in SharePoint 2013/2016

This SharePoint tutorial explains. the solution for content databases are growing too large in SharePoint 2013. The SharePoint content databases have grown larger than 100 gigabytes (GB).

Large content databases can be difficult to back up and restore. They are also more likely to cause the application to stop responding when you perform operations that affect entire databases.

Content databases are growing too large in SharePoint 2013

Edit the rule definition to prevent new sites from being added to these databases, and then move some site collections to other databases.

  • Verify that the user account that is performing this procedure is a member of the Farm Administrators group.
  • On the Central Administration Home page, click Monitoring.
  • On the Monitoring page, in the Health Analyzer section, click Review rule definitions.
  • On the Health Analyzer Rule Definitions page, in the Availability category, click the name of the rule.
  • In the Health Analyzer Rule Definitions dialog box, click Edit Item, and then select the Repair Automatically checkbox.
  • Click Save. You can no longer add new sites to databases that exceed 100 GB. You can set more than 100GB for the site as a limit. It depends on your HDD capacity.

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