ID 8337 - Cache items will soon start to evict because of high memory usage on server?

Tevon2.0 1,096 Reputation points
2023-01-23T13:27:58.47+00:00

Seeing this error on my server manager but no additional details on how to resolve. Any advice on how to rectify this situation?

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  1. Emily Du-MSFT 39,366 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2023-01-24T09:56:11.2833333+00:00

    To solve this issue, you should increase the memory allocation of the distributed cache.

    Here're steps:

    1.Stop the Distributed Cache Service. Go to Central Administration -> System Settings -> Manage services on the server -> Locate and click on the “Stop” link next to Distributed Cache.

    2.Increase Distributed Cache Memory Size.

    Update-SPDistributedCacheSize -CacheSizeInMB 1024
    

    3.Start the Distributed Cache Service.

    References:

    Cached objects have been evicted (SharePoint Server)

    How to Increase the Distributed Cache Memory Size in SharePoint Server?


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