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How Your Client Application can know when your SharePoint 2010 Farm is Busy
SharePoint 2010 has a number of new features built in to keep your farm up and running as happily and healthy as possible. One of the features it uses to do that is called Http Throttling. It allows you to set thresholds for different performance counters. You decide which counters to use and what thresholds...
10 May 2010
Large List Throttling for External Lists in SharePoint 2010
I’ve already done one post with information on the new list throttling features in SharePoint 2010. This week the question came up about how that applies, or what applies, to throttling lists based on External Content Types (ECT). These are lists that you’ll also hear called Virtual Lists sometimes or...
13 Nov 2009
Using the Developer Dashboard in SharePoint 2010
The developer dashboard is a new feature in SharePoint 2010 that is design to provide additional performance and tracing information that can be used to debug and troubleshoot issues with page rendering time. The dashboard is turned off by default, but can be enabled via the object model or stsadm (and...
28 Oct 2009
Working with Large Lists in SharePoint 2010 - List Throttling
List throttling is one of the new options in SharePoint 2010 that enable to set limits on how severely users can put the beat down on your servers. In a nutshell, what it does is allow you to set a limit for how many rows of data can be retrieved for a list or library at any one time. The most basic...
27 Oct 2009
Adding Throttling Counters in SharePoint 2010
Http throttling is a new feature in SharePoint 2010 that allows the server to “back off” of serving requests when it is too busy. Every 5 seconds a job will run that will check the server resources compared to the levels configured. By default the Server CPU, Memory, Request in Queue and Request wait...
27 Oct 2009
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