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Re: OpenERP 7+Ubuntu 12.04 sever

by
ITpedia Solutions, LLC, Nicholas Riegel
- 10/30/2014 00:51:08
Sibukumar,

Have you looked into the /etc/openerp.conf settings or command line arguments?

Command line:
    --limit-memory-soft=LIMIT_MEMORY_SOFT
                        Maximum allowed virtual memory per worker, when
                        reached the worker be reset after the current request
                        (default 671088640 aka 640MB).
    --limit-memory-hard=LIMIT_MEMORY_HARD
                        Maximum allowed virtual memory per worker, when
                        reached, any memory allocation will fail (default
                        805306368 aka 768MB).

/etc/openerp.conf settings:

# Maximum allowed virtual memory per worker, when reached the worker be reset after the current request (default 671088640 aka 640MB)
limit_memory_soft = 671088640

# Maximum allowed virtual memory per worker, when reached, any memory allocation will fail (default 805306368 aka 768MB)
limit_memory_hard = 805306368

I hope this helps.

Nicholas Riegel
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On 10/30/2014 12:32 AM, sibukumar swaminathan wrote:
<blockquote cite="mid:CAD6cbmzc+HhwP7rP89c_1STKgiRQEHKHo3SxF2bEjQTnii7PZA@mail.gmail.com" type="cite">
Dear all,


We are using OpenERP 7+Ubuntu 12.04 sever with multiple process.but every day some percentage memory hold in the each process after few days it will be huge memory holding so i need to reboot the server
how could will be clear the memory automaticaly.
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Thanks & Regards
Sibukumar
VAST-ITIMS-Ext226

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