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Old 07-09-2013, 01:46 PM   #9
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I don't find book import all that slow. But what I have wondered about is why batch metadata updates are so much slower than single-book metadata updates.

Say, correcting a title or author sort for a few books. Do it 1 book at a time, and they take less than a second each. Do even two at a time (thus using the batch metadata update screen) and it takes far longer than (N x <1s).

I can't really explain that one.
Wish my metadata individual downloads took less than a second. More like 20 to 50 seconds for me, and it is not connection speed or hardware I am pretty sure. Probably I have too may sources configured.
Look a little closer. he was referring to metadata updates not metadata downloads.
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