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Some points to consider to potentially improve SQL and general performance. These are not exhaustive and are based on personal SharePoint experience. Consider splitting your 400GB content database into smaller databases. Microsoft recommend that you limit your content databases to 200GB to mimimise the risk of performance issues. Note that content ...


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As you said, if perform IIS reset then it work fine for couple of min/hour then goes down. this make sense as 98% usage of memory of 32 GB is alot, Couple of things to check. why Memory usage is too high, How many App pool running on the server. Try to stop unused App Pool and Unwanted services from SharePoint If you have customization on your site then ...


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Out of the Box you can configure External SQL Server with SharePoint. For that you can use Business Connectivity Services (Also you can use Secure Store for storing credentials required to connect to SQL) Once this is done you can create External Lists. This will bring back data from SQL and make it available in SharePoint. You can define what all ...



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