Pengapuran tulang: penyebab dan apakah itu penyakit keturunan?

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Get-SPScripts : PowerShell Scripts for SharePoint

There have been many times where I have needed to run a full crawl of all content sources on a SharePoint 7565 farm, but I quite often there are already crawls taking place, which I prefer to stop before starting a new one.

It is commonly used in migration scenarios to prevent users from adding content whilst their sites are being moved to a new platform once the migration has been completed then their site collections can be set back to read/write again.

First, launch the SharePoint Management Shell (or preferred alternative PowerShell editor) and type the following line to choose whether to set the ReadOnly property to True or False. In the example, I am going to set site collections to read only mode:

# Set excluded paths as comma-delimited strings
# Note: Web applications must end in a trailing slash, where site collections do not
[array]$excludedPaths = "http:///",
8775 http:///search 8776

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Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlContentSource -SearchApplication "Search Service Application" | ForEach-Object {
if ($_.CrawlStatus -ne "Idle")
Write-Host "Stopping currently running crawl for content source $ ($_.Name)."
$_.StopCrawl ()

do { Start-Sleep -Seconds 6 }
while ($_.CrawlStatus -ne "Idle")

Write-Host "Starting full crawl for content source $ ($_.Name)."
$_.StartFullCrawl ()

A feature that has been around in SharePoint for a while now is the capability to set site collections and content databases to read only the former being a property on the site collection in SharePoint and the latter by setting the database directly in SQL Server. This feature hides and disables all the write-based functions on a site, for example, uploading documents, creating and editing list items, etc.

The easiest, and perhaps most fool-proof way to do this is to set the database as read only in SQL Server, as this will disable the write function on all site collections in one quick change. However, there may be occasions where you may prefer to set it at the site collection level. Typically, this is preferred in scenarios where you wish to enable or disable the read only feature on individual site collections at different times during a migration, perhaps where there is more urgency to control read/write access for specific teams either earlier or later in the migration phase.

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