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I discovered a strange behaviour today when I installed a native Odoo Addon on my Odoo installation.
I run 3 Odoo instances via Docker. Each of them on a different port. I have a load balancer that chooses one of these 3 containers. Works perfectly ... BUT when I install an addon I get strange errors. In the end the addons cannot be installed.
When I turn off the load balancer and reduce the instances to only one, I can install the addon when I connect directly on the docker container.
My question now is, what exactly happens when an addons get installed? I did not found any similar problem in google.
Someone who faced the same issue? Or maybe who could explain that behaviour?
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|Asked: 4/4/16, 1:14 AM|
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|Last updated: 4/4/16, 1:34 AM|