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've installed Odoo/OpnnERP, and I've put the openerp-server daemon in /etc/init.d to get it started automatically on Ubuntu startup. It gets started normally on every reboot and works fine. But sometimes it goes down automatically, I don't know any pattern when it goes down, and I also can't see any reason in the log file (/var/log/openerp/openerp-server.log). It just goes down without any logs. When I find it down, I have to reboot manually to get it started again.
Any help on spotting the issue which causes openerp-server to stop automatically without any logs?
Resource starvation can cause this sort of error. Is it possible that the host server is out of memory? Some VPS providers configure their VPS images without a swap file, so when the VPS image is out of memory, instead of starting to swap, processes that take up too much memory are killed. In such a situation, creating a swap file can be a quick fix, but increasing the server capacity would be a much better solution, as swap on VPS tends to be extra slow. Some commands that can help to check available resources, but which are only useful before the OpenERP process dies:
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