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AppFabric and Distributed Cache RRS feed

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    We have been experiencing intermittent problems for users that access SharePoint 2013. Sometimes the images are distorted and other times some sites do not render. Error 'something went wrong' appears with a correlation ID. Recently I had to perform iisreset which did not restore normal functionality, then re-booted server which worked. I need to find a fix before the problem repeats itself. (its been ongoing before I took the job on)

    I've tracked this down in the events and the error points to the distributed cache I think. Is there anything else I should be checking for?

    05/22/2017 14:56:02.50 	w3wp.exe (0x102C)                       	0x1904	SharePoint Foundation         	DistributedCache              	air4a	Monitorable	Token Cache: Failed to get token from distributed cache for '0).w|s-1-5-21-862529981-1745561597-965413785-17542'.(This is expected during the process warm up or if data cache Initialization is getting done by some other thread).	e529f49d-7d34-405f-8d6e-1faeb186771c

    The current version of AppFabric that's installed on the wfe and App server is v1.1 (1.1.2106.32), CU1

    We are running 1 WFE and 1 APP server.

    Under windows services > WFE  > AppFabric Caching Service - set to Automatic and on App Server it is disabled.

    SharePoint > Services on Server >WFE >Distributed Cache - Started
    SharePoint > Services on Server >APP >Distributed Cache is not listed

    The link below lists CU with latest being CU7. I wanted to confirm which CU I should be looking at installing?

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/3092423/cumulative-update-7-for-microsoft-appfabric-1.1-for-windows-serverI
    Think we have .net 4.5 already installed, both servers need windows security updates also and the last CU SharePoint CU 15.0.4779.1000   -   ​​December 2015  -

    Can I install the AppFabric CU before SharePoint CU's or is the Appfabric CU already included in one of the SharePoint CU's?

    Thanks



    Tuesday, May 23, 2017 10:20 AM

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