Avoid SharePoint Throttling
The SharePoint connector retrieves content and metadata from an on-premises SharePoint repository.
You have a few options to avoid throttling:
If you see many
503 errors, you are probably hitting SharePoint Online with too many concurrent fetchers.
Set Crawl Performance > Fetch Threads to a lower value.
Set Crawl Performance > Prefetch Threads to a lower value.
If you have multiple SharePoint Online datasource jobs that run at the same time, use the Scheduler to stagger their schedules instead.
By default, the connector is configured with retries. This provides a chance for the requests that were rate-limited to run again.
You can increase the number of retries and the interval between retries. This helps prevent missing documents due to rate limiting.
|When you are receiving many rate limiting errors, retrying is unlikely to help. Decrease your traffic instead.|