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Is audience compliation anyhow related to My Site Performance?

My guess. No.

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That would depend on alot of things, such as general server architecture, amount of audiences etc.

If you suspect that audience compilation causes this, you can just set the compilation schedule to run saturday night or another time where your site has low traffic.

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Can you be bit descriptive. – Karthikeyan Apr 20 '10 at 8:35
About the compilation schedule? Sure. Check out this configuration doc on TechNet: – Anders Rask Apr 20 '10 at 12:44
I want to compile the audience an hourly basis however there is no direct way to accomplish this through SSP (available options in SSP are day/weekly/monthly basis), do you have any suggestion for me on this ? – Karthikeyan Apr 24 '10 at 15:07
you might want to investigate if audiences at all is the reason for this performance issue at all (i dont find it an obvious candidate) before changing this. Unless you expect hourly changes in your AD i see no reason why you would recompile your audiences at an hourly basis. – Anders Rask Apr 25 '10 at 0:46
You can compile audiences using AudienceJob.RunAudienceJob… – Anders Rask Apr 25 '10 at 17:57

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