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I have sharepoint 2013 running on a VM and it's all on one server (SQL and Sharepoint 2013) so it's a single server install.  It supports maybe 20 users.  It have 4 CPUs and 12 gigs of ram and is on shared storage sitting in ESX.

It's slower than I would expect.  It's sluggish and there's no content.

I've read some text on single server vs non single server and I think considering my available resources, number of users I need to support, etc, I should be fine with a single server install.

What can I check to deal with the speed issue?

Thanks

Cliff
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by:Iammontoya
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try this! Bet you it works.

FYI.. after trying it and seeing immediate results, I re-enabled it, and performance was still there.

Good luck!

http://blogs.technet.com/b/uktechnet/archive/2013/05/07/guest-post-distributed-cache-service-in-sharepoint-2013.aspx
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by:Walter Curtis
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You need to warm up  the site up with a good warm up script. Even sites that you think have no content, do have content, just not user content. Google "warm up script". There are a few good ones on codeplex.

Hope that helps
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by:crp0499
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

neither suggested response was correct and the server is gone now.  As I received no response, and as the server is not in production, the question, at least for me, is moot.
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Walter Curtis earned 500 total points
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My answer was correct. I think the poster was not willing to take the effort to use the solution. Maybe looking for a quick fix, which my correct answer was never intended to be. But it was correct. Best of luck to you.
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Thanks for the reconsideration.
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