You may want to create a new SharePoint Site Collection with a dedicated content database. It's a good idea to isolate the Site Collection in a separate database so it's easier to maintain and easier to recover in case of outages or corruptions.
There are 2 ways of doing this
IMPORTANT - Set and restrict all existing Content databases to maximum site limit, so no new site can be added there.
- Set Maximum Number of Site Collections = Current Number of Site Collections
- Set Site Collection Level Warning to 1
- Navigate to Central Administration (ensure you have necessary permissions).
- Click Appliction Management.
- Click Manage Content Database.
- Select the Web Application where you want to create new Site Collection with its own database.
- Click Add a Content Database.
- Provide a good name for the database so you can easily identify the related DB and Site coll.
- Create new Site Collection from Central Admin --> Application Management --> Create new Site Collection.
- The new Site Collection will automatically be created in the new Content Database.
- Start PowerShell as "Run as administrator".
- Ensure you load necessary libraries.
- Create new Content Database
- Create new Site Collection using the content database just created
New-SPContentDatabase -Name [Database Name] -DatabaseServer [Database Server] -WebApplication [WebApp URL]
New-SPSite -Url [Site Coll URL] -OwnerAlias [domain\user] -SecondaryOwnerAlias [domain\user] -ContentDatabase [Database Name] –Template [Template]
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