Contributors mailing list archives
Re: Speed up init of a databaseby
NUMIGI Solutions Inc., Jordi Riera
Once again, awesome advice.
I will take a look at click-odoo for sure.
I will gather the team about the usage of templates for database. Seems promising.
Thank you again!
Le mer. 26 févr. 2020 à 18:47, Daniel Reis <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
For a specific customer CI you could consider using for database template an already initialized database. It would spare you the time of installing all the existing modules.The CI build should then just upgrade the PR changed modules.Just an ideaDaniel--Jordi Riera <email@example.com> escreveu em qua, 26/02/2020 às 19:52 :Hello List,The database of our clients is growing in number of modules. Our biggest database is 400+ modules now o.OYou can imagine that the init of the database is quite long. It takes actually 70% of the time in our CI.I was wondering if you know some tricks to speed it up. Or alternatives to the brute force `odoo -i modules`. In my sweet dreams, I dream about modules that are installed in parallel or something like that.What do you think? What did you already try?Thank you list!JordiThanks