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I have a cheap Amazon instance (single core, 2GB of RAM) where I want to run Odoo with the workers option but I don't know how to calculate the number of workers I can/need to set.
Only sometimes (2-5 times a month), I'll have 7-9 users at the same time (1 accountant (doing some fast reports), 4 sellers (POS) and 2 warehouse users), but the most part of time I'll have 2-5 users at the same time (POS sellers and warehouse).
My doubts are:
- Will this server be enough to handle this charge?
- How many workers should I set at my config file?
- Is there any other setting I'm forgetting and I should consider?
Thank you in advance!
For up to 10 concurent users, I use 512MB RAM and 1 CPU, and I host the databse on a shared server.
In my cloud, for this case I have two servers, one running the databse (shared by more instances) which is 2GB RAM and 2 CPUs and the application server has 512MB and 1 CPU. On the application server I run the odoo server and the NginX server that controlls the access.
In my tests I was able to tune the server to go up to 30 concurent users on the small instance, but I don't want the server to be more than 70% utilized in peek.
I use 2 worker threads + 1 cron thread per available CPU, and 1 CPU per 10 concurent users. Make sure you tune the memory limits and cpu limits.
I suggest close monitoring of the server resources (CPU, Memory, Network, etc.) in order to further tune the parameters.
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