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The Developer dashboard would definitely give you good inputs about what takes time when displaying a page. Enable it from PowerShell: $svc = [Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPWebService]::ContentService $dds = $svc.DeveloperDashboardSettings $dds.DisplayLevel = "On" $dds.Update() And then make it appear from the UI (new icon appears in the ...


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Yes, it's still valid, as it's still a SharePoint. You can read more about the limits at TechNet site: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262787.aspx As you can see limitation are the same for SharePoint 2013 on premise and SharePoint online


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When you create a cache host, it should use 10% of the memory size. I say should, because that doesn’t happen all the time. Sometimes it uses 50% the memory, and sometimes 5%. Don’t ask why. But you can see the configuration of the cache cluster if you run Export-CacheClusterConfig. Use-CacheCluster Export-CacheClusterConfig -path ...


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The general view seems to be that REST is indeed more "chatty", i.e. more calls are required than CSOM and more traffic goes back and forth (although REST payloads are smaller) BUT, REST can still be faster in terms of the overall time taken. It will vary depending on different situations. My personal preference is to use REST over CSOM, especially whenever ...


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This cannot be answered in short, It's better to learn it from experts blogs, I advise you to have a look at the below links for more information, Deep dive: REST and CSOM comparison SharePoint 2013: CSOM vs. REST ... My Preference and Why SPC423 Recap: Deep Dive – REST and CSOM Comparison



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