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Installing & configuring Remote BLOB Storage (RBS) with the FILESTREAM provider (SharePoint Server 2

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 22, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

Hi,


I really do not know the reason, how much ever i tried; I am NOT getting message in "rbs_install_log.txt" like; “Product: SQL Remote Blob Storage -- Installation completed successfully.”


I can see Several tables residing under the content database with names that are preceded by the letters "mssqlrbs".

In Object Explorer, right-clicking  <DatabaseServer>, and then clicking Properties; In the Server Properties dialog box, clicking Advanced, clearly shows that the FilestreamAccess Level is set to Full access enabled

Right-clicking  the content database name, and then clicking Properties,
when I check the Database Properties dialog box by clicking Filegroups,
I see that,  in the Filestream list, RBSFilestreamProvider appears. Even under Files, in the Database files list, RBSFilestreamFile appears

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Based on many blog posts / articles on Remote BLOB Storage with FileStream Provider,  I could easily do for one Web-Application. It is working fine too. But my Issue is, I have 3 Web-Applications in turn 3 Content Databases. Out of three, anyway 1st one went smooth since I followed all the steps. For the next two Content Databases, I am facing Issues like; When I tried;

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FILESTREAM file 'RBSFilestreamFile' cannot be added because its destination filegroup cannot have more than one file.

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I am trying to Remote BLOB Storage (RBS) with the FILESTREAM provider (SharePoint Server 2010)

When I install and Configure for 1st Content Database, things are really fine. Whereas for 2nd time, It is failing; Failing in the sense, nothing happens when I execute below code, EXCEPT for GETTING ONE MSIEXEC WINDOW!!

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