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2084925 - Catalog Synchronization running slow


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Often we're asked what's normal in terms of catalog synchronization performance (e.g. items/s). It's not easy to come up with a reasonable figure because it's highly dependent on the type that is being synchronised e.g. Products are much slower that PriceRows, and it's highly dependent on the data model. A data model with a lot of dependent types using relations will never perform as well for synchronization as would a simple data model. The number of supported languages and localized attributes will also impact performance.

What we can say is that averaging somewhere around 1-5 item/s per thread is slow and we should be looking for improvements.



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