Microsoft has released the SharePoint 2013 with Service Pack 1 ISOs (including Project Server and Office Web Apps). These ISOs are required for Windows Server 2012 R2 support as it includes an updated prerequisite installer, which does not ship with the normal Service Pack binary. The new ISOs are available via MSDN Subscriptions and while I do not have access, likely the Volume License center as well.
If the SharePoint Configuration Cache folder, along with the cache.ini file go missing, you’ll likely notice the SharePoint Timer Service failing and restarting over and over again, along with a lack of scheduled timer jobs. The Timer Service failures will look like this in the System Event Log. [crayon-531c42b4dcf14677237933/] Given this is the case, how do you restore the folder and cache.ini? The folder is a GUID, and unique to the farm,
With the release of SharePoint 2013 Service Pack 1, you can now re-calculate site storage metrics on demand. This is done via PowerShell. [crayon-531c42b4df996430294216/] This method executes proc_RecalculateStorageMetricsForSite, which can be found in each Content Database. The Content Database must be at the SP1 schema level. Storage metrics can be found on each site by visiting http://siteUrl/_layouts/15/storman.aspx.
Service Packs typically contain little-to-no features. SharePoint 2013 SP1 is no different, however there are a couple of things I wanted to point out. First, both Yammer and OneDrive are apparently a critical SharePoint Central Administrator error: You can now configure Yammer and OneDrive for Business on Office 365 with SharePoint On-Premises integration. This can be done via Central Administration: OneDrive now replaces SkyDrive in the