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Characteristics required to install OpenERP in production and development

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Samba Faye
on 8/12/13, 8:11 AM 2,037 views

Hello I'd like to know what are the features Machine (RAM, hard disk, processor speed) required to install OpenERP in production environment and development?

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For production this is a meaningless question without knowing a TON more about your SPECIFIC environment. I'll use Fedora 18 or Fedora 19.

You will need enough RAM; fast enough and large enough disks; fast enough and as many processors as you need to support your users (how many?); I need to support 10000 users

what they do (read?, write?) They will do both actions(read and write)

100 times a minute?) Yes 100times a minute

PostgreSQL is really the thing you should be concentrating on. If it runs fast enough and is accessible enough then OpenERP should be fine How can I make PostgreSQL runs fast enough and accessible enough?

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Samba Faye
On 8/13/13, 9:25 AM

For production this is a meaningless question without knowing a TON more about your SPECIFIC environment. I'll use Fedora 18 or Fedora 19.

You will need enough RAM; fast enough and large enough disks; fast enough and as many processors as you need to support your users (how many?); I need to support 10000 users

what they do (read?, write?) They will do both actions(read and write)

100 times a minute?) Yes 100times a minute

PostgreSQL is really the thing you should be concentrating on. If it runs fast enough and is accessible enough then OpenERP should be fine How can I make PostgreSQL runs fast enough and accessible enough?

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Ray Carnes
On 8/13/13, 12:33 AM

For production this is a meaningless question without knowing a TON more about your SPECIFIC environment.

You will need enough RAM; fast enough and large enough disks; fast enough and as many processors as you need to support your users (how many?); what they do (read?, write?) and how often they do it (once a day?, 100 times a minute?)

PostgreSQL is really the thing you should be concentrating on. If it runs fast enough and is accessible enough then OpenERP should be fine - there aren't really any configuration settings with OpenERP (plus it is bound by network and disk I/O - unless you want to start profiling and changing source code).

This question has been asked SO MANY times before, you can start reviewing some of the answers at https://accounts.openerp.com/forum/Help-1/question/9079

Development: 512MB RAM, ANY CPU, ANY DISK with about 4GB (OS + PostgreSQL + OpenERP). A virtual machine or Amazon micro instance makes for a perfect development machine for a single developer.

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