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Extremely Slow Admin on Ver 1.3.0
 
oliverm
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Hello,

I have a Linux server running cpanel and 3 site running magento.

1- Site runs version 1.2xx and runs great.
2 Other site run version 1.3.0 front end runs great but the admin is extremely slow!!!

I dont know if its a server issue or something wrong with my magento settings.

Please help.

Thanks

 
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Dannyz1984
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try doing a mysql dump

clear out any log files & error files, on magento backend, server, and mysql

enable cache management in backend

i wouldnt reccomend this but some people say deleting the
ibdata1 mysql file will help.  but i am not sure.

hope this helps.

 
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mneethling
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I also get this problem on a fresh install of Magento 1.3.1.1 with or without sample data. The front end seems responsive but the back end is slow. It seems like the back end waits for a time-out to occur (around 45 sec) after clicking a link, and then serves the new page. There is no processing happening in the mean time.

My test installation is Ubuntu server 9.04 on VMware.

 
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ckosny
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Does that also happen directly after you log in?
In this case:
Magento makes some outbound calls in the admin (at least for getting the admin notifications, maybe other stuff as well) and can apparently be sometimes very slow if these calls are not successful. For testing try to disable the admin notification - go to the file \app\code\core\Mage\AdminNotification\Model\Observer.php and comment out the line
$feedModel->checkUpdate();

Also make sure that your cache directory is writeable.

Good luck

Claudia

 
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mneethling
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Thanks, I’ve tried your solution but it did not help with the delay. When I finally gave the VM internet access, the problem has gone away. There is probably more functions that tries to access the internet apart from that one.

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apogeetech
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Hi

I’ve got this issue with an install on Hsphere

I’ve disabled update notifications in the admin

Other sites on the server (which isnt heavily loaded) run fine and the store still works reasonably well

Any one have a solution?

Thanks

Lee

 
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Sonassi
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This might be of some interest to you, http://www.sonassi.com/knowledge-base/speeding-up-the-magento-admin/

 
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Mirasvit
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The other way to increase backend performance - run reindex process in background. For implement this mechanism you can use something like this one http://mirasvit.com/magento-extensions/magento-asynchronous-reindex.html

 
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You may try to speed up Magento Backend by implementing 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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