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Hardware requirements estimated?

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Alberto Palacios Díaz
on 8/25/14, 5:26 AM 2,409 views

Hello!!

We wish Odoo implementation. Anyone have similar experience.
What would be the estimate of necessary hardware to use 30 concurrent users (RAM, CPU, disk RPM, ...)? And what running in virtual machines (testing, recovery)?

Thanks ;-)

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Queremos hacer una implantación de Odoo. Por si alguien tienen experiencia similar.
¿Cual sería la estimación de hardware necesario para un uso de 30 usuarios concurrentes (RAM, CPU, RPM discos, ...)? ¿y corriendo en máquinas virtuales (pruebas, recuperación)?

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gunnar
on 10/16/14, 5:09 AM
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gunnar
On 8/25/14, 7:35 AM

regarding virtualization: we run on a KVM qemu virtual machine using qcow2 images. It has proven to be very usefull to work with "overlay images" whenever something new is being installed and commit them from time to time. Especially as we are pretty new in all of this it is nice to have such a feature. I am not an expert for virtualization at all so I can't compare really, but so far KVM/qemu works just fine for us.

One thing I haven't found out yet is how to access a KVM VM locally without using ssh or any other newtork service. In case you have messed up a VM's network it would be very useful (actually essential) to be able to just log in to your VM's console session from the command line of your host. I couldn't figure out how that works with KVM yet though.

saludos

Use virsh ttyconsole to get the pts on which the VM is running Then use the screen command to access to the VM (e.g. screen /dev/pts/3 where /dev/pts/3 would be the output of virsh ttyconsole)

Nicolas PIGANEAU
on 10/15/14, 5:53 AM

thanks Nicolas, will check that out ...

gunnar
on 10/16/14, 5:07 AM
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Mind And Go
On 8/25/14, 5:33 AM

Hy,

Personnaly, I'm used to start with a CentOS VM with 20Go for disk and 2Go as RAM and 2 cores. Most of my customers have about 30 concurrent access. From time to time we upgrade to 4Go of RAM and it's really sufficient.

Hope it could help,

regards

 

 

Go - GB ?

gunnar
on 8/25/14, 7:25 AM

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