Windows Server 2022 performance

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by Consuclass88, Sep 23, 2023.

  1. Consuclass88

    Consuclass88 MDL Novice

    Sep 23, 2023
    I am experiencing performance issues on my server running Windows Server 2022. I have tried several solutions, such as adjusting power settings and resource allocation, but have yet to see significant improvements. What other solutions can I try to improve performance from my server?
  2. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

    Jul 23, 2008
    And what hardware do you run it on?
  3. maur0

    maur0 MDL Senior Member

    Aug 3, 2012
    if server 2022 is slow, try server 2019
  4. atgpud2003

    atgpud2003 MDL Addicted

    Apr 30, 2015
    My Server is quite fast on Windows Server 2022 Standard!! I am running 12 Core (Intel), 32GB Ram and Intel SAS RAID (4 - 1TB HDD and 2 - 522GB SSD) and rest are 10 - 1TB SSD

    SO, I don't know your hardware setup?

  5. acer-5100

    acer-5100 MDL Guru

    Dec 8, 2018
    Why bother to reply to a question like this?

    No word about the HW, no word about what the server is used for, no word on the installed SW, no word on test done, no word about what slow means, slow transfer, slow boot, slow what?.

    An user so lazy even on asking for help hardly will get anything useful by any OS.
  6. haber123

    haber123 MDL Junior Member

    Nov 5, 2009
    Slow in network performance? Tuning network settings, enable smb compression and server 2022 is the fasted server I have put in. Lan speed tests client to server 2022 read write at 920 to 980 Mbps routinely. I use Speed Guides "LAN Speed Test" as rough network transfer test. Some clients write at over a gig per second on a gig network with compression. The tuning is different for each install, SAS drives or SSD are a must for data shares. Avoid storage pools and stay in old school ntfs as refs always seems slower. Do LAN Man tweeks and disable all power saving settings on NICs. And load balancing on smaller networks is always slower than a single connection, or I haven't found how to properly tune load balancing. My networks are 20-30 to 50 PC networks, mostly Dell hardware. And I do a lot of them.
  7. HiganYaka

    HiganYaka MDL Novice

    Dec 3, 2019
    Search sysdm.cpl and open it. There is a tab called "Advanced", and you can see the "performance" option with a "Settings" button.
    Click it and a window will open. Inside the new window there is also a tab called "Advanced", and you can see a option called "Processor scheduling".

    In my memory, Windows Server will adjust best performance for background services by default.
    The client version will choose the program option instead.
    If you are experiencing poor performance on Windows Server, this setting may helps.
  8. btcenter

    btcenter MDL Novice

    Jan 19, 2023
    if u use amd ryzen platform, that's true.
    u have to use windows 10 or 11