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I have migrated from Magento 1.x to Magento 2. Everything is working except that there are no customers displayed in the backend. I thought it might be some attribute that is loaded and nonexisting in my new installation, so I logged all SQL statements, but to problem is that there is no query that contains customer at all. If I click on the customer edit link on an order, it displays the customer edit page correctly. What could cause this problem and where can I start to dig deeper into this problem?

There are no errors logged and no (uncaught) exception occures. I also reindexed everything and cleared all caches.

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This is a problem with the reindexing process. Solve it by running the following command in MySQL:

update magento.indexer_state set status='invalid' where status ='working'

Afterwards, run the indexer process in the console with the following command in your magento directory:

php bin/magento indexer:reindex

Your customers will now appear as expected.

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I solved the problem by truncating the table customer_visitor. The problem was that the query took too long because of very much data in this table.

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I read somewhere that indexer had a problems with certain PHP 7 version. If you are using PHP 7, can you maybe switch to PHP 5.6 ?

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  • And maybe recheck your Crons, I had similar problem, but then I used whole php path and included php.ini in cron, as specified in Magento documentation and magicly reindexing started to work. – Sigismund Mar 24 '16 at 8:59

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