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SSRS Web Server running extremely slowly

Posted on 2008-06-11
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I am using a clustered instance of SQL Server 2005 Standard Edition on a 2 box cluster.  I have the SSRS web server instance running on the same box.  

What I'm noticing is that the Report Server takes about 30-35 seconds just to load up the main page.  Obviously, this is not acceptable.  I need to get the speed to down to a couple seconds or less.  Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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This sounds like your exact problem but the workaround looks a bit involved.  
http://blogs.msdn.com/sqlblog/archive/2007/11/09/reporting-services-staaaarrrrrtttt-up.aspx
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Any progress on this bslattery?
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We've been able to cut this in half, but we still have some more work to go.  I'm going to award you guys a shared solution as I believe it's a combination of the 2 answers posted that will resolve our issue.  
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