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Magento 2 Admin Slow - right out of the box


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Has anyone else noticed the Magento 2 admin is painfully slow?
Even on a fresh installation with no products at all, it's slow and dragging.

With a site with products saving an item can take 5 minutes and then get a timeout or 404.
I remember when 1.3 came out and it was buggy now this 2.3 has this major issue.

Anyone else encountered it, found a way to fix it?
 

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Hi.
Basically, you can simply speed up both M2.x frontend/backend, which you install/use right from the box, simply with turn On "production" mode (it come out with mode, close to "developer" right from the box, so works slower even on hi-speed servers with large cpu/memory - that's basically done for initial theme/modules install, early tests/debufg errors, properly prepare all stuff for running before turn store live).
You can easily switch to "production" mode using Magento cli command (running command via ssh from magento root dir), like this one:
bin/magento deploy:mode:set production

More details on mode switching You can find in official Magento Docs.
 
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Sorry should have mentioned that even after going into production mode, enabling all cache , compiling, the admin is really slow, the front end is usually pretty good but admin just awful.
Currently trying some new installations but I see many posts about this issue on other sites.
Needs a fix for sure.
 
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Typical, I'm working on a new site upgrade right now and the admin is pretty fast...
So I'll add a theme, extensions etc and see where it slows down.
 

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Specify some more exact details, where you seen that on new installs (add additional server side specs and php/mysql/redis/rabbitmq info, if available).
Can be some simple environment related issues, so can be analyzed additionally before producing any fixes/recomendations.
 

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You must have Varnish and Redis cache installed on your server and also corectly configured in your Magento 2 backend. That is the problem most of the times.
 

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same problem for me there is any solution ?
 

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you need a cache management system like redis. And indexing also helps, with elasticsearch for example.
 

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