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Funny thing is the preprod system wasn't any better, I sent a job there to
avoid the wait, but the job started processing right away, and took three
hours to complete.

On Tue, Jul 9, 2019 at 1:52 AM Michelle Devino <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

> The batch I submitted at 2:26 p.m. did not complete until 6:46 p.m., just
> after Brian's batch. As was mentioned by both Marcia and Brian, four hours
> is a very long time to wait for a single batch/job to process, only to
> sometimes find there is a silly little error that requires a tweak and a
> resubmit. I did write the AOE support email group this afternoon/evening to
> ask about the processing speed. The processing time makes it almost
> impossible to complete the data collections during the regular work day.
> Processing times at night are significantly faster, but then you have to
> battle the nightly processes that bog down batches around midnight.
>
> For comparison, I uploaded a batch at 1:29 a.m. this morning that had MORE
> records than the batch submitted this afternoon. The batch completed at
> 1:40 a.m. The job took just 11 minutes compared to 4 hours and 20 minutes,
> with the only real variation being the time of day the batch was uploaded.
>
> As more and more districts begin utilizing the nightly unofficial data
> collections via edFusion over the coming months, the processing times are
> likely to only get worse as traffic increases. I hope the AOE will be able
> to work with edFusion to improve the processing power/speed so that we can
> all benefit from the future possibilities of automating the State Reporting
> process.
>
> Michelle M. Devino
> Data Manager
> South Burlington
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>


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