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Is OpenERP 6.0 wsgi complaint?

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Jose Calle
on 4/9/13, 11:17 PM 1,454 views

Hi,

Running OpenERP on my 4 core server but can't use more than 25% of CPU load (that is I use only one CPU)!. Multicore supports is available with help of wsgi from version 6.1 and latter. Is it possible to use wsgi in version 6.0?

Using only 25% of CPU makes sense (but is not good enough right now) as postgres page says "POSTGRESQL uses a multi-process model, meaning each database connection has its own Unix process. Because of this, all multi-cpu operating systems can spread multiple database connections among the available CPUs. However, if only a single database connection is active, it can only use one CPU. POSTGRESQL does not use multi-threading to allow a single process to use multiple CPUs."

So it looks like wsgi is the only way. So my question to anybody, Is OpenERP 6.0 wsgi complaint?

Best Regards, Andres Calle TRESCLOUD

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Gustavo
On 4/10/13, 8:58 AM

Upgrade to OpenERP 6.1 and use it with Gunicorn (http://gunicorn.org/) or upgrade to OpenERP 7.0 and run it with the workers directive in the command line.

Thanks Gustavo, I know multicore is supported in newer versions, but I still want to make shure if it is not available somehow in version 6.0.

TresCLoud, Jose Calle
on 4/10/13, 8:28 PM

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