I have a lot of data and at the rate it is running it will take 1 month to complete.
I have enabled memcached but it seems slower than without so i have reverted to non-memcached
Actually, with Memecached enabled, the performance should be better than regular file cache.
Further, the performance also associates with other factors like:
- The database itself (for example, the higher number of configurable products will take longer than only simple product);
- Server capacity (at least you should start with a good server. A minimum capacity our users have been using for a small volume of data -- one with SSD hard disk, CPUs from 4 CPU cores @2.7 GHz, 16 GB RAM)
- M1 database on the same server with M2 database will be faster than the case that they’re on different servers that need remote connection.
Is it possible to run concurrent individual copies on the first run?
ie run step 4 and step 5 concurrently Via the command line
Hi James Aindow,
We’re sorry for replying to you this late.
With the current workflow of our migration tool, you need to proceed migration step by step (either via Graphic UI Dashboard or CLI mode). So running step 4 and 5 concurrently is not possible.