Distribited Cache fails to start RRS feed

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    On a newly with AutoSPInstaller created SharePoint Server 2019 farm, the Distributed Cache fails to start unfortunaly.

    In Central Administration > Manage services on server the Distributed Cache is listed to be non-compliant with the MinRole Single-Server-farm. When I click "Fix", the following error appears in the ULS log:

    SPDistributedCachePointerWrapper::InitializeDataCacheFactory - No cache hosts are present or running in the farm.
    However, there is a cache hots presend in the form. He is indeed not running.
    HostName : CachePort        Service Name             Service Status Version Info
    --------------------------- ------------------------ -------------- ------------
    servername.domain.tld:22233 AppFabricCachingServices DOWN           3 [3,3][1,3]

    I can delete the service instance with Remove-SPDistributedCacheServiceInstance. However, if I try to add it again with Add-SPDistributedCacheServiceInstance, the following error appears:

    Add-SPDistributedCacheServiceInstance : Cannot start service AppFabricCachingService on computer '.'.

    The Windows service has Startup Type = Automatic and the service account user is the SharePoint Services Account, a domain account. An inbound rule in the Windows Firewall is available and active. However, the Windows Firewall is disabled for the domain profile.

    Between submitting the Add-SPDistributedCacheServiceInstance and when the error message (see above) appears, I can see with netstat -ano | findstr -i syn that a powershell process is trying to establish a connection to local IP on port 22233. What else can I check to figure out what the problem's cause is? I am running out of ideas.

    The farm is on October 2020 CU, all databases and servers under CA > Manage servers in this farm have the status "No action required".

    So, a lot of posts I found online did unfortunately help me to solve this issue.
    Freitag, 8. Januar 2021 11:22

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  • Hello Paul Aeschlimann,

    You've posted on the German forum page.

    You may wish to repost your question.



    Montag, 11. Januar 2021 11:18