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A busy SharePoint site is expected to have a lot of users which generate a huge volume of simple database requests. If you had 8 cores and 200 users, you'd fill the queues parallelising just a few user's worth of workloads. By forcing each workload onto one core, you are ensuring a better "minimum standard" experience for everyone while reducing the time ...


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I have never used SharePoint or worked with its databases specifically, but both links in your question indicate that you should be able to see, and work with, SharePoint databases in SQL Server Management Studio. The fact that you cannot see them in your particular case most likely means that they are hosted by a different server instance – not the ...



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