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by default the level is set to maximum when you install the sharepoint search service, Thats because on a live service you expect it to be fast with optimum hardware to support it with the correct topology to break the load from the search service! setting it to reduced is the correct way go about it: on dev machine: 1) Set-SPEnterpriseSearchService ...


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You should reduce it, and your farm will get benefit from it. Their is no impact rather you will get performance improvement. NodeRunner.exe is resource hungry process. their 3 step process: Use Set-SPEnterpriseSearchService -PerformanceLevel Reduced to reduce the CPU impact the search service Modify the C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office ...


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Inspect the ULS/Event Logs for issues of any kind, but especially with object caching and Distributed Cache. These may really bring down performance when incorrectly configured. Is the server showing obvious bottlenecks (CPU/RAM) ?


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If you like to tune up the latency, I may recommend couple things. Since SQL 2008, SQL supports 64 KB formatted partitions. If you may keep the database in a partition which is formatted as 64 KB, that will increase SharePoint 2013 performance directly. On the hand, as default SQL databases increases size by 2 MB each time when needed. You can fix this ...


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I finally found a safe way to do it. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.office.server.objectcache.spcacheconfig.aspx


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I wrote a couple of blog posts on why SharePoint Installations are typically slow. Most of the time its caused by SharePoint developers assuming SharePoint is a very flexible database and you can put any type of information in there. People dont understand that everything will be stored in a single table. Here is a blog you hopefully find useful: Top ...


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I wrote a couple of blog posts on why SharePoint Installations are typically slow. Most of the time its caused by SharePoint developers assuming SharePoint is a very flexible database and you can put any type of information in there. People dont understand that everything will be stored in a single table. Here is a blog you hopefully find useful: Top ...


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I wrote a blog on how to analyze your current access of SharePoint List Items and how to optimize both code but also SharePoint List Configuration. Hope you find this useful: Optimizing SharePoint List Access Performance


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I wrote a blog series on bad access patterns to the SharePoint content database: http://apmblog.compuware.com/2010/03/18/how-to-avoid-the-top-5-sharepoint-performance-mistakes/ - we keep seeing the same mistakes from developers - assuming that SharePoint's List Model allows high transaction volume with high performance. Well - unfortunately thats not what ...


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Running the warm-up script in 10 Min interval will not hurt your farm, as it is one extra request to your sites. This is required usually when App pool recycled or IIS reset happen. But rather running the Warm-up Script again and again, i would definitely check why performance goes down and on what action it goes down. You can enable the developer dash ...


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You need to schedule this only once provided the IIS is not getting resetted regularly. Schedule it in such a way that it run after any IIS RESET operation. Basically what the wakeup script does is, it initiates a HTTP request to the sites/site collections which goes through IIS. Once IIS gets a request it caches information so further visit to the same ...



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