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Re: solved (somehow) Re: odoo performance bottlenecksby
Hello Robert, Good news you solved your bottleneck , did you use the official docker image from odoo or you dockerized your own image?
On February 11, 2016 12:22:11 AM CST, robert rottermann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I found out what killed the performance of my odoo instance.
I had defined an incoming mail server of type pops. Pops uses port 905.
This port was blocked on my mail server. Mail server and odoo run on different boxes.
So odoo tried like crazy to download the mails that have cumulated in the mail servers mail box.
So everything is fine now. Performance is normal again and finally my incoming mails are are landing where they should.
On 10.02.2016 11:47, Nhomar Hernández wrote:
2016-02-10 3:41 GMT-06:00 robert <email@example.com>:
Hi there I have a odoo v9 version running in a docker container. It has plenty of memory (32G). Often times it runs at near 100% CPU. Now i wonder what could make it eat that many cycles.. Is there a way to profile the services it is running? thanks robert
This presentation should have an special section on the technical official doc:
Try to follow soch steps and recomendations.
Python Profiling!: Excellent job done, just understand teh concept in order to decorate inside of odoo itself and see after the view which object you need profile.
PgBAdger!: Excellent tool to optimize postgres calls.
Enterprise Licence: Even if I complain a lot about Odoo in some technical decisions, on such services "Detecting Performance Issues" they gave us always a very good services, when all fails They have really good experts.
Problem with all of that? you MUST to know the Scientific method very well, because (at least in our side) never found performance issues easily, always after a lot on iterations on revisions and hypotesis and so on.
I hope it helps you.