I provide technical support for two Ecwid clients. One is a very busy store, the other has less traffic.
Both have wp_options tables in excess of 1GB of data. There are thousands of rows (as many as 56,000 records on one site) stuffed into the wp_options table related to the Ecwid plugin.
This is an extreme overuse of that table, and it’s affecting the website’s general performance, causing issues with creating backups and exceeding the web hosting’s size limitations.
For a small store with less than 300 products, using a shared server platform for hosting, this makes the Ecwid plugin virtually unusable.
This is a critical bug that needs to be addressed immediately.
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