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Re: Largest implementation of Oodoby
The main issues of performance are py-code or/and psql-code problem.
I recommended you a profiling stats to detect a bad py code or detect a code that could be better.
For the case of psql-code you could use pgbadger stats.
For load test you could use jmeter or locust.
For the case of master-master, master-slave, mirrors contigurations... on postgresql you should search a expert in postgresql to modify the kernel, FS, disk array, and other custom configurations to increase the performance in the database.
I hope help you.
We do not have pickings that large.
I would say our largest picking for any type of move would be 50 lines.
Most users are just working within single list views. However there are about 25 power users running concurrent, and we see no issues... Yet
- John Pia JrOn Feb 28, 2016 6:58 PM, <Kevin.McMenamin@solnet.co.nz> wrote:John
Do you large transactions (e.g. a picking with > 200 lines) as we have performance issues with these large transaction types
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My implementation includes 300 users 125 of them would be concurrent users.
I'm running on a Windows server 2012 R2
4 3ghz quad core xeons
64 GB memory
We are in agricultural, which I believe is not a field where odoo is used often. But in my experience it's been great!
- John Pia Jr
On Feb 22, 2016 9:23 AM, "Parthiv Patel" <email@example.com> wrote:
We have one customer with 800 users with around 350 concurrent users online via mobile, tablets and pc but entire setup is in house so haven't felt the bottleneck of internet services.
On 22 Feb 2016 7:38 am, "Ramesh@BigQ" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Is there any record of largest implementation of Oodo in any part of the world?
One of my prospect has a large customer base and is considering using Oodo sales and marketing modules. As I see this post I am prompted to ask this question.
I am interested to know the number of concurrent users using sales and marketing modules or any other module for that matter.
Also, on what hardware and software platform with specification of capacity and versions?
Appreciate your help in advance.
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On 22 Feb 2016, at 7:47 AM, Jason / 崔建平 <email@example.com> wrote:
Indeed, check the CPU utilization as well.
We have encountered cases where CPU reached 100% when logging in or running some other apps. Tweaking memory allocation and postgresql could relieve by some extent but not fully fixing it.
Previous posts from mailing list members mentioned that misconfigured email server settings drove CPU usage to 100%. The same is true to other configurations, say, loading google fonts makes server slowdown in China as google services are blocked from within China. There could be more unidentified causes to downgrade server performance.
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From: Houssine BAKKALI [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, February 20, 2016 6:08 AM
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Subject: Re: Online Journal entries and vice versa very slow as compare to local host
RAM is not the only parameter that could matter on perf. The disk, SSD of HDD, is also important.
Then you should also have a look at your server configuration and check if your server is up to date.
2016-02-19 9:52 GMT+01:00 Stephen Raj <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Vouching Abdul Qudoos Mehdi's Statements !
We are also facing such issues.
#1. We had deployed Odoov9 in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS at first and now in CentOS 7. In both the cases we have used 8GB RAM.
Time taken for the landing page after Login is 30 seconds and consecutive Login 25 seconds.
This worsens if there are multiple logins.
#2. How many concurrent users are possible?
#3. How many users are possible?
On Fri, Feb 19, 2016 at 1:56 PM, Abdul Qudoos <email@example.com> wrote:
We are using Accounting module of Odoo 9 in our company. First we installed it on linux VPS with 512MB RAM. It was very slow in performance. So we changed the VPS. Now we installed Odoo 9 on windows VPS with 4 GB RAM, and other specifications are also very good but still it is very slow. We have only one accountant who enter journal entries. We only install Accounting module in it. when second person try to login to Odoo, the server become too slow to open anything, even we check at that time server statistics, normal RAM was going to use.
Some one told me that you have to tune your Odoo database. What does it mean and if this is the solution then how can I do it?
Can anyone give me best solution for this problem?
First priority is to set Odoo 9 in existing VPS.
And what should be the VPS specs for 1 to 5 users?
Abdul Qudoos Mehdi
Stephen Raj D,
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