Author Archives: Igor Veytskin

About Igor Veytskin

I have been working with Enterprise Search since 2005, ever since joining a company called FAST Search & Transfer. I'm currently working as a Premier Field Engineer with Microsoft, helping customers with large ESP, FS14 and Sharepoint 2013 implementations.

How to tell that a Continuous Crawl is actually working

One of the great things about having Continuous Crawl running is with the fact that it’s supposed to magically work, i.e you enable it and ‘mini-crawls’ are kicked off periodically keeping your index fresh.  However, it’s not very easy what’s … Continue reading

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“About X results”: Sharepoint 2013 Search result counts keep changing

A question that’s asked fairly often is regarding the fact that Sharepoint Search seems to show inconsistent result counts from what is initially shown on the very first page and as you move along. Here is an example below: Interestingly … Continue reading

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Interpreting “Crawl Queue” report with Sharepoint search

We’ve noticed something interesting a few weeks ago while working on a FAST Sharepoint 2010 system.  One of the advanced Search Administration Reports called Crawl Queue report was suddenly showing a consistent spike in “Links to Process” counter.  This report … Continue reading

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Notes on securing data with Sharepoint 2013 Search

A few days ago a question came up regarding looking at Sharepoint 2013 Search from a security perspective, specifically looking at any file-storage paths where ingested content may be stored, temporarily or permanently. An example is a document that contains … Continue reading

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Crawling content with Sharepoint 2013 Search

Before we get anywhere further with search, let’s discuss in more detail how content is gathered, and that’s via crawling.  Crawling is simply a process of gathering documents from various sources/repositories, making sure they obey by various rules and sending them off … Continue reading

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Search Architecture with SharePoint 2013

I’d like to revisit the topics that Leo have so well described in his 2 previous posts titled  ”Search 101″ and “Search Architecture in SharePoint 2010″, but discuss those in the context of SharePoint 2013 Search.  This post will address general architecture … Continue reading

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Sharepoint 2013 Search Ranking and Relevancy Part 1: Let’s compare to FS14

I’m very happy to do some “guest” blogging for my good friend Leo and continue diving into various search-related topics.  In this and upcoming posts, I’d like to jump right into something that interests me very much, and that is … Continue reading

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