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I think additional overhead of an index and multiple indices don’t give you additional performance gain ** Example For every defined index, SharePoint stores the index value for every list item in a separate table. Having a list with let’s say 50000 items means that we have 50000 rows in AllUserData and 50000 additional rows in the NameValuePair table. ...


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Your update: Last week Kaspersky was installed on all servers. I know, not good, but that's the way it is. I stopped the program, but I has no effect. Is this maybe the problem? has rung a bell! I remembered I had such performance problems with a customer of mine. We disabled the anti-virus, and the problem remained (the same for you). But the ...


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I read that you increased the Distributed Cache size. I had a performance drop and the solution was to STOP/START the Distributed Cache on the Service on Server page in CA. Maybe it will work for you.


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What are the developer tools (F12) telling you? What is taking so much to load? If images as an example are loading super fast but htmls have a long TTFB it is your app server and not front server issue, please give out more information. How do you configure the crawls? What are the servers telling you? (Performance wise, track this). Looks like your ...


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Your question will not lead to any specific answer as its scope is too wide. First of all you need to know the cause of your problem. So 5 Reasons Why You Have SharePoint Performance Issues is the great article which describe why we face performance issue in SharePoint. Please look it once. There are so many criteria on which performance depends. Some of ...


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Use CDN Links for Jquery and Bootstrap(If you are using) Make use of cache to store files in the clients browser.


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Antivirus Always cause the issue. MSFT have the guideling regaring the AV. You ave to exclude the Certain folders from the AV scan. Hive Folder ULS Logs Folder IIS virtual Direcotries App / Local Fodler for the service account. SharePoint Installed Location and more Please check Below KB for complete list of the exclusion. Certain folders may have to be ...


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Updated There could be numerous of things causing this issue. Custom Code, Configuration issues in IIS such as the Application Pool or Firewall settings between servers. Before we do anything else, take backup of the SharePoint databases you care about, such as Content databases, MySite databases, User Profile Databases (if customized), Managed Metadata ...


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I know this is old but that "waiting for server" is normally the server processing your request, this is due to structural navigation being generated, content queries or searches webparts being generated, too many webparts and so on, this is called TTFB or Time To First Byte. So your "Waiting for server" is not the amount of time it takes to send back the ...



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