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How to speed up Magento backend
 
shmk
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Magento is a very powerful product, but presents a big problem for the end-users: a too heavy and very slow backend.

If you have any tip to improve the performance of the backend, please post it here.

 
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Damodaran P
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First off, I made some changes to your system, I increased the
APC.shm.size to 128 This will allow more data to be cached by apc, in
theory it’ll store more data.

I also made some changes to the vhost.conf file for the shop site,
historically disabling open_basedir allows magento to work slightly better.

I also made some changes to your mysql database server.

I increased the table cache and enabled the slow query log, this will
allow us to nail down if the problem is database related or something
else. I also decreased query_cache_size & key_buffer_size as mysql was
using over 95% of the system’s memory, this is causing httpd and other
processes to use a lot of swap space, not good.

Mysql is logging all queries that run over 2 seconds to
/[...]/mysqllogs/slow_log

Check this out every now and then, its pretty awesome for knocking out
database related performance issues.

I also noticed that your iowait was pretty high, hovering around 5-10%
This is very bad as your system is having to wait on the disk before it
can serve data. This will slow down website and drive up load times.
This was probably due to your mysql misconfiguration.

After those changes were made to my managed server, Magento started to
perform great with response times of 0.8-2 seconds.

 
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prajosh
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Try by enabling memcached

 
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chiefair
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Thread wheel reinvention

Methods To Speed Up Magento - A Guide To Making Magento Faster 5 pages o’ fun and counting.

 
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Infolution_Biz
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Speed up your Magento administration with a desktop application SpeedAdmin Magento.
It is a desktop application that can connect to your Magento web store and it is much faster than regular Magento backend.

It is more than 3x times faster in price changing for only 5 products.

Check it out on this video: http://youtu.be/j9mVjSFC0CA

More info: http://www.infolution.biz/en/products/speedadmin-magento.html

 
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AITOC
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Please check out AITOC Magento Booster extension

http://www.aitoc.com/en/magento_booster.html

This extension fully caches the pages and, without initializing Magento, provides your visitors with ready output that takes significantly less time to load. It also deflates the size of the JavaScript code on your website, which contributes to the faster page rendering. As a result the extension lowers the server load, which means your server can handle more visitors simultaneously.
With this extension, your customers will enjoy higher performance, and you will benefit from lower server load and higher conversion rate.

Thanks,

 
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MagenX
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use apc or eaccelerator
configure you mysql properly…

 
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Mirasvit
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You can increase backend performance using asynchronous reindex extension. Check this one Fast Asynchronous Re-indexing http://mirasvit.com/magento-extensions/magento-asynchronous-reindex.html

 
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MPro
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Part of the problem can be solved by the extension Catalog Database Accelerator in case if saving the products in the backend takes you too much time. The system needs to make re-indexing of the entire site each time you change the catalog and it makes to work Magento backend extremely slow. With this module a user does not have to manually index the site, to sit and wait - the system itself does the re-indexing in the background mode.

 
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serpyre
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http://www.magentocommerce.com/boards/viewreply/456424/

 
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