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Which VPS plan should i take for installing OPen ERP.

  • Posted December 12, 2014

Hello, I want to install Open ERP with 2 users, which plan should i go for? Is the plan below sufficient for installing Open ERP? $ 10 / mo , 1GBMemory, 1 Core Processor, 30GBSSD Disk, 2TBTransfer.

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rakshadolphin less than a minute ago

I am pursuing PhD and my study area is implementation process of OpenERP. I don’t want a ready OpenERP as in Odoo. I want to learn it. So please suggest an appropriate Digital Ocean Hosting plan.

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I think is not a “number of users” question, but an “intensity of use” question :D

Andrea

PS Otherwise, in odoo you have got a free plan for 2 user…


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Hello, there

Choosing the right Droplet plan depends on your workload. An oversized Droplet would underuse its resources and cost more, but an undersized Droplet running at full CPU or memory would suffer from degraded performance or errors.

In your case, you can start with a smaller droplet and then upgrade in the future if this is needed. I’ll recommend having at least 2GB of RAM.

You can also resize a Droplet to a larger plan after creation, including resizing to a larger Droplet plan of a different kind. For example, you can resize from a Basic Droplet plan to a larger CPU-Optimized Droplet plan. See the Droplet pricing page for a full list of plans and prices.

You can always check our tutorial on Choosing the Right Droplet Plan

https://docs.digitalocean.com/products/droplets/resources/choose-plan/

Hope that this helps! Regards, Alex

I just installed odoo on that plan, having another app running. It is definitely smoother than trying amazon t1 free tier, 750mb Ram are definitively too low to have fun. I get a lot of XmlHttpRequestError , not sure, if that is related to lack of ram, yet. But to try out stuff, you even should get around with that error.