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Odoo slowing down when working on more than 5 browser cards

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John Doe
on 5/23/16, 7:34 AM 302 views

Hello,
Is there a way to make it work better when working on a multiple cards in browser? Right now it works well for less than 5 cards, the next one is way slower and it takes a lot of time to achieve something with that speed. I should add I use monit and nginx. 

Hope someone can help.

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Ray Carnes
On 5/23/16, 2:03 PM

This may be due to how your browser handles memory rather than Odoo.

You are only logged in to Odoo when you are clicking a button or when Odoo is refreshing the screen - at all other times you are logged out.  So you can have 10 cards/tabs open and you will only ever be logged into ONE at a time - in all others you are logged out. 

So I don't think Odoo is the cause of the slowness (unless you are running reports in each card all at the same time and waiting for Odoo to respond).

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