MSSQL database still hits the 10GB limit after enabling RBS

So i am new to the whole sharepoint/mssql thing, but i have managed to install sharepoint 2013 foundation, all is on one server (default installation) and i have RBS setup. Everything goes to the fileshare. For every document that i upload i see new files beeing created as it’s supposed to do.

However, after migrating a bunch of sites i noticed the database is also reaching 9.44GB??

I have tried to find an answer as to why this happens, but documents on the technet site are not ones i seem to grasp.

Is there anyone that can explain to me how this works, and possibly why the database keeps folling up?? I have followed a few RBS tutorials, they are all the same so i am pretty sure i set it up correctly 🙂

Thanks!

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Issues with 10gb Network Throughput

I’ve got a question about 10gb networking that has me very stumped…

Here is my situation:

I’m only getting transfer rates of ~150mb/sec between my PC and NAS on my 10gb home network.

My setup:

[PC] Has Intel X550-T2 & a Samsung EVO 970 NVMe drive.

[Server] Has Intel X540-T2 & 3x 250gb WD Blue SSDs in RAID 5

[NAS] Synology DS1517+ with an Intel X550-T2.

[Switch] MikroTik CRS305-1G-4S+IN with four Mikrotik 10GB SFP+ modules

NOTE: All cabling is Cat6a SFTP.

ISSUE: Copying test files from [Server] to [NAS] has normal/fast speed (about 700mb/sec average with spikes up to 1gb/sec). Unfortunately, [PC] to [NAS] is ultra slow (~150mb/sec average).

Troubleshooting Info: I ran iperf on all devices and speed was always ok (from the NAS to PC and also from the NAS to Server). I tried swapping out cables, tested cables via Intel driver software, tried using both ports of the X550-T2 on [PC] and also tried alternate ports on the MikroTik Switch. No joy.

I also ran disk speed tests on [PC] with the Samsung Magician software. Sequential Read speed is 3,525 and Sequential Write speed is 2,302. “Real world” speed on [PC] copying files within the NVMe is also fast (over 1gb/sec for random assortment of files totaling ~6gb).

Supplemental Info: [PC] is running Windows 10 64bit. [Server] is running Windows Server 2016. [NAS] has newest version of DSM (6.2.1-23824 Update 6)

Any suggestions?

Configuring Bonding of Two 10Gb NICs Using Netplan

I’m running Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS and I want to bond two 10Gb NICs using LACP up to a Cisco 3850 switch….this is the configuration I’m using but it is not working….I’m editing the YAML file within Netplan:

YAML File Configuration

network: version: 2 renderer: networkd bonds: bond0: interfaces: – ens1f0 – ens1f1 addresses: [192.168.1.49/24] gateway4: 192.168.1.1 nameservers: addresses: [8.8.8.8,8.8.4.4] parameters: mode: 802.3ad lacp-rate: fast primary: ens1f0 mii-monitor-interval: 100

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