You could perhaps try splitting your single CSV out as well, don't know how much of a performance improvement you will get from it. If you think the native built-in Shopify is slow i. The API is not a work-around or replacement for things considered to be slow in Shopify. It is for adding value, not substituting equivalence. It takes around 3 seconds to create a single product with one image.
It takes around 0.
When downloading the images myself, it's much faster. I figure if I download the images on the local machine and then add them as an attachment it should speed things up. But I can't seem to add them as an attachment to the product. I've created a post on StachExchange, please take a look if you have some time: If you cannot hit 2 requests per second because a Product takes longer to create, you don't need to create one product at a time.
You could have more than 1 request firing to create a product at a time.
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I'm using four threads to add products now. After a while all threads just stop working and just a single thread continues to add products. I don't get any error messages, the thread simply stops reporting but the code continues. Here's the code I'm using: You could be running Hydra and threads at once, with the same result. Where did that advice come from?
Unless each thread has it's own IP address, each thread looks like the same source hence hitting the rate limiter with the same IP will thus block you as you see. Write a script to load products via the API.
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Write a script to run that first script that spawns a new server with it's own unique IP. Now fire up X servers to each hammer the API with some work. That will actually load your 24, products faster than just threads. You could get all your work done 24X faster with 24 servers doing API calls for example.
Your threads are likely raising a bucket overflow error and choking out. Be more cautious when making the call, and if it starts hitting limits, back off for a second or two.
If this were my k products, I would setup a background job queue. I would load each product row into its own job, and let a worker or two pick off the jobs. I would also allow the jobs to fail and be retried which would prevent everything from stopping if you hit a rate limit. If they hit a , they pause for 10 seconds and then retry. I'm doing large imports from eBay with my app, "ESA".
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Over the past week I've seen unusual api lag. What used to take seconds is now taking over 10 seconds just to add a product.
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