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I have recently imported 200 products, the import went well and the images do show up on the back-end correctly, however there is no cached version available. If I look at the category page and image that supposed to show up is expected to be in the following location:

cache/9b5a790ce75ed6826aa4463bc16b3bc1/a/v/avant-d15-vision-of-love.jpg

When I do a search there are multiple images with the same name showing up in the cache directory but elsewhere:

find . -name avant-d15-vision-of-love.jpg
./cache/1677d012f6d3f9a624d33d91ea04b887/a/v/avant-d15-vision-of-love.jpg
./cache/8345bde2c7027c4e6418fcda55997597/a/v/avant-d15-vision-of-love.jpg
./cache/5db09c8cfd726a46996de64dc6365508/a/v/avant-d15-vision-of-love.jpg
./cache/b1799097c85e4d88dfbcc551a1d969fc/a/v/avant-d15-vision-of-love.jpg
./cache/cd831224a3bfc78b7eea938937e3e8e6/a/v/avant-d15-vision-of-love.jpg
./cache/76cf6d416a4967076c5ca34aaeae4b62/a/v/avant-d15-vision-of-love.jpg

My question is where are these image link stored in the database? Could it be that the images have been generated in the wrong directory?

Also please don't tell me to do a magento catalog:images:resize as I have 15K products and it runs for 3 days. I can't simply do this everytime I upload new products.

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If you enable product flat table then you have doing indexing.

Also, you must have to run bin/magento catalog:images:resize

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  • I have done the indexing multiple times already today, also I asked for a solution that does NOT involve the running of the bin/magento catalog:images:resize command as I have 15K products and it runs for 3 days. – Zoltan veress Apr 22 at 9:35
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The issue was permissions. There weren't sufficient permissions on the ./var/resource_config.json file. Once the permissions has been changed all images were generated automatically upon page load.

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