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Replied to Laravel Very Slow
Thanks for you quick reply.
I tried to install the package, it gave me an error saying it needs php version greater then 7.3 .
Unfortunately mine is 7.2, is there any there any other way to find out.
Started a new Conversation Laravel Very Slow
I made a fresh installation of laravel 5.8 and developed in my local machine and it was fast and had no issues.
The same code was pushed to Server and the application seems to be very very slow.
I am using the Laravel Authentication by default, even the login page seems to load very slow.
It is basic HTML and there are no images, no heavy js and css used.
How can i know what is going wrong and why is my application so slow ?
Could someone please help me with this.
Have tried minifying css and js files, indexing mysql columns etc
Replied to Updating More Then 50k Records
Thank you for your quick response,
This process is done once in a month or so.
I have around 57k records and i have 8 columns to be for each row.
I have written CLI command to update it if record is present or create new, i am dividing the records into 5k chunk but after running for some 8k records i get 504 error that is bad gateway or timeout issue
I am using laravel 5.8
Started a new Conversation Updating More Then 50k Records
What is the fastest way to updateOrCreate more then 50k records?
All the records have different values and i have 8 columns that need to be updated. Each column having different values
Looping it would cause timeout.
Any solution would be helpful