Thursday, August 25, 2011 6:04 AM
We recently released the Team Foundation Server Power Tools August 2011. As a part of the Power Tools update, we updated the Microsoft TFS 2010 Best Practice Analyzer to include 2 new health checks for Project Server. A health check runs through a set of rules and reports any errors if rule conditions are not meat.
Please note: this is the very first version of the health check and it isn't complete yet. We're planning to continue to update it with more rules to catch more errors.
Documentation on the Best Practice Analyzer tool is available at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee248630.aspx
The 2 new rules added
1. Project Server Configuration Health Check:
Run this health check if any of the steps needed to configuring TFS and Project Server errors.
2. Project Server Synchronization Engine Health Check:
Run this health check if your Synchronization engine is not working.
-Smitha & Siddharth
Friday, October 21, 2011 5:50 PM
A Complete Scan onmy Team Foundation Server never completes. It gets to 99%, the Estimated Time Remaining changes to a bunch of stars, and it just sits there:
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Thursday, October 27, 2011 3:58 PMHi Jim, can you please try a more restrictive scan type like the “Framework Health Check” scan type and see if this also happens?
Federico Kolliker Frers - MSFT