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Infrastructure Update Intel

posted July 28th, 2008 by Stephen Sanderlin
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Update: Please see Christophe Fiessinger’s blog post concerning Known Issues with the Infrastructure Update

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Project and Project Server 2007 Infrastructure Update

posted July 16th, 2008 by Stephen Sanderlin
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For those of you that haven’t heard yet, yesterday morning Microsoft released the long-awaited Infrastructure Update for WSS, the Office Servers (including Project Server), and Project 2007.

You can read an overview of updates here, and read detailed information in this white paper.

This update promises significant performance and stability improvements to the entire line of Office Servers, WSS, and the Project Client. If you haven’t already (or have only read the overview), I strongly recommend you read the white paper. It contains 30 pages of information about the update, and contains a lot of important information (including user scenarios to avoid).

From the overview:

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  • Timesheets and My Tasks stability and usability improvements
  • Queue Management user interface improvements
  • Logging Tracing improvements
  • Project Server performance improvements
  • Project Server 2003 to Project Server 2007 migration fixes



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Event ID 6398, 6482, and 7076 in your event logs?

posted February 9th, 2008 by Stephen Sanderlin
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Are you seeing one or more of the following Event IDs (6398, 6482, and 7076) in your event log approximately every minute? Many of our clients have seen these errors indicating insufficient storage on their MOSS/WSS/Project Server farms, but are unable to find exactly what the errors refer to. Upon investigation, they generally find that there is sufficient memory and hard disk space on all servers in the farm (including SQL Server). However, even in cases where the amount of available storage is lacking, expanding the amount of available storage does not make the errors stop.

The full errors are:




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