SharePoint 2019 February Updates

The SharePoint 2019 February 2019 Updates have been released.

Product KB Article
SharePoint Server 2019 (sts-x-none) https://support.microsoft.com/help/4462171
SharePoint Server 2019 (wssmui) https://support.microsoft.com/help/4462170
Office Updates https://support.microsoft.com/help/4488446

For all SharePoint updates, visit SharePoint Updates.

SharePoint 2016 February Updates

The SharePoint 2016 February 2019 Updates have been released.

Product KB Article
SharePoint Server 2016 (sts-x-none) https://support.microsoft.com/help/4462155
Office Updates https://support.microsoft.com/help/4488446

For all SharePoint updates, visit SharePoint Updates.

SharePoint 2019 Distributed Cache Crashes

If your Distributed Cache is crashing repeatedly in your brand new SharePoint 2019 farm, there is a fairly simple fix you can run. This script was provided by PSS – it has worked for myself and others who have used it. Review the script – there are manual steps as notated in the comments. These steps must be executed on a server hosting Distributed Cache.

Use-CacheCluster

# Stop the Caching Services on all cache hosts in the cluster.
Stop-CacheCluster

# Export existing cache cluster configuration
Export-CacheClusterConfig -Path C:\temp\appfabconfig.txt

# make a copy of "appfabconfig.txt" and name it "appfabconfig2.txt"
# Edit appfabconfig2.txt
# Change <caches partitionCount="256" to "128"

# Import the changes.
Import-CacheClusterConfig -Path c:\temp\appfabconfig2.txt

# Start the Caching Services on all cache hosts in the cluster.
Start-CacheCluster

# Stop the Caching Services on all cache hosts in the cluster.
Stop-CacheCluster

# Import the original settings
Import-CacheClusterConfig -Path c:\temp\appfabconfig.txt

# Start the Caching Services on all cache hosts in the cluster.
Start-CacheCluster