Chapter 18. Monitoring and troubleshooting SharePoint 2013

Monitoring the Windows Server

Monitoring SharePoint by using trace logs (ULS logs)

Monitoring IIS

Monitoring SharePoint by using built-in tools

Additional troubleshooting tools

Microsoft SharePoint is not one of those “set it and forget it” kind of products. With the steady stream of user activity—new content, sites, solutions, Web Parts, apps, modifications, and updates—SharePoint is ever changing. Good administrators need to be aware of what SharePoint is doing (or failing to do) before business-critical problems occur. If problems do occur, administrators need to have tools on hand to diagnose and fix them. As everyone knows, to do the right repairs, one must have the right tools.

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