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Are you doing this on a Search Center site? or is it a custom site? Also, are you using a custom masterpage? I had problems before with some jQuery/javascript that for some reason were breaking the search results webpart and after the user tried to search it was displaying nothing. In my case, I had to use ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded function for some ...


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This is very much an 'it depends' question! Work out how many items you'll have that will be crawled. For SharePoint 2016 the maximum supported number of items per index partition is 20 million (see Software boundaries and limits for SharePoint Server 2016, so divide the number of items you have by 20 million and multiply by 2 to get the absolute minimum ...


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You can enable sorting using below keywordQuery.set_enableSorting(true); var sortproperties = keywordQuery.get_sortList(); sortproperties.add("Write", 1); //0 = Ascending


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Did you create a Managed Property for "A"? If not your query will not work. If "A" was created as a Site Column, SharePoint will create an "Automatic" Managed Property based on the name and data type. For example, if "A" is of type TEXT you could try AOWSTEXT:"Text in A" There are tons of examples on how to create Managed Properties if you search for it.


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I would try couple of things. fill the drive space on the your index location.Try to run the indexer Fill the disk space on the Index Database Server. While index is propagation try to reboot the index server. stop the crawler while it is running, do couple of times.



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