The history of a task is tracked by events. These events can be viewed in Task Scheduler for each task to track when the task was registered, run, and when […]
what you can do if your SharePoint is sometimes very slow. E.g.: on the first start of a Site Sometimes during the day a search query will take about a […]
SharePoint Server 2016 provides three types of caches that help improve the speed at which web pages load in the browser: the BLOB cache, the ASP.NET output cache, and the object cache.Please go through the post for details.
You may have noticed that the hardware requirements for SharePoint 2013 Server are quite hefty. Many SharePoint 2013 performance issues have been attributed to lack of resources. Although meeting the […]
Here are five storage-related issues in SharePoint that can kill performance, with tips on how to resolve or prevent them. Problem #1: Unstructured data takeover. The primary document types stored […]
SharePoint performance is a recursive problem and preoccupation. As a Database Administrator, we have to deal with SharePoint when configuring SQL Server databases. In this article, I will propose a […]
SharePoint 2013 provides three types of caches that help improve the speed at which web pages load in the browser: the BLOB cache, the ASP.NET output cache, and the object […]
If you work on a team responsible for the delivery of SharePoint into your organization there’s usually a mountain of tasks to complete before making it live. One of the most vital tasks is to make sure that SharePoint is “fast” enough to meet the requirements of your users. If you get performance problems after going live this can easily ruin all of your hard work and – even worse – your users will think SharePoint sucks!