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hans.martin.haga
Posts: 171
Registered: ‎09-23-2008
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Autoloader performance

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06-15-2011 01:30 AM

After all these years, why does the Vault Autloader still hold the world record of "Utterly poor application performance"? :smileysad:

 

Our customers don't have 5000 files, they don't have 10.000 files - they have 100.000 files - or 500.00 files ++

 

I'm currently stuck trying to import a folder with only 10.000 files, where the Autoloader will load up 1 CPU core and run for several hours before I'm allowed to click "Upload" What exactly is the Autoloader so busy NOT doing? There's hardly any network traffic or disk activity....

 

A bit frustrated...

 

Please give us a better tool for bulk uploading to Vault....

 

Valued Mentor
jclaidler
Posts: 518
Registered: ‎10-29-2009
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Re: Autoloader performance

06-15-2011 04:28 AM in reply to: hans.martin.haga

For Inventor files, Task Scheduler is far and above the better option.  As for AutoCAD, I just check in 'chunks' at a time utilizing the 'check in folder' option.  Never have liked autoloader, except for its reporting functionality.

 

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