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We have a problem.  When we run reports from the sql reporting service, they are very slow. Most of the time we have to cancel them. Besides the amount of data  in the database. Is there any service, or anything else on the server we could check to improve the running of the reports from sql reporting services.
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by:Vitor Montalvão
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Reports tends to be slow. What's the configuration of the box and which applications are installed there?
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Microsoft server 2008 r2 enterprise x64 dell Power Edge T610 -Virtual memory12.2gb - page file  6.20gb - physical memory- 6.00 gb.

It has sql server 2008 r2.  There are few applications. Mainly we try to run the reports from the database.
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Can be a lot of things. I would start to check for any resource bottleneck (CPU, RAM, disk and network) plus if the queries has the necessaries indexes.
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