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We just migrated from SP2007 to SP2010 and have lists that die when trying to show high record counts.  What settings at the server level should be looked at and what suggested values are there?
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Robin Hall earned 2000 total points
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Pinkstonmp,

I would check out this article:  Designing large lists and maximizing list performance

It goes into throttling, list limitations, and where it's locating at in Central Administration.  What I think is also important, is that it goes into detail about handling large lists and the impact on your system.  Before altering any settings, you should take a look at what impact that could have on your overall performance.
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Our admin says all the thresholds are at the max yet it still wont load and did fine on on our old 2007 environment....
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