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Microsoft® Windows Server 2003: Administrator’s Companion by Jason Gerend, Sharon Crawford, Charlie Russel

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Examining Performance

The performance of the Indexing Service depends, obviously, on the number and size of the documents being indexed and the resources available to the Indexing Service. When the number of documents being indexed is fewer than 100,000, no special hardware or tuning is likely to be needed. The Indexing Service works in the background and without attention. As the number of documents grows, however, performance begins to lag unless sufficient memory is available.

Modifying the Indexing Service’s Performance

You can adjust the performance of the Indexing Service based on how you use the service. It’s not always necessary to perform hardware upgrades. Instead, you can reduce the amount of resources needed for indexing by reducing ...

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