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Have an Issue with my Odoo 9 install on Ubuntu 14.04, I've loaded around 40% of translations for es_DO , and translations where loading correctly 'till one day they stopped loading, and I've tried everything, deleting the terms directly on the Database (DELETE FROM ir_translation WHERE lang = 'es_DO';) , through the APP UI reloading terms, Synchronizing terms, (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/33475354/why-are-some-items-not-translated-in-odoo) and still no luck... Have also checked logs on info level and nothing fishy seems to come up, have tried playing around with limit_memory_hard, limit_memory_soft, limit_request, limit_time_cpu, limit_time_real, workers and no luck either, Any Idea what the issue could be?
Any help would be much appreciated.
Will you please teach me how and when to use this -u command so I can force translation to ignore the ir_translation table and reload from .po files.
I am really new to odoo and want the easiest possible way to have it translated considering that I may need to deploy it many times so I need to have some sort of translated po files - or what better if any - so I can replace them after any deployment. Many thanks!
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