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After about 2 weeks of trying to figure out where the problem was with the amdgpu driver on my RX590 on my Ryzen mainboard on linux prOMiNd in the #radeon channel on IRC (Freenode) said I should try with the kernel commandline
mem_encrypt=off .. and it fixed it! -- the Issue manifested itself that the screen on booting up got "stuck" once the KMS (kernel mode setting) tried to use amdgpu. (
nomodeset did work, but left me with no X,..)
I tried with just exporting from postgresql like this:
Going to be using this blog post to add bits and pieces of how to use proteus to handle data in tryton.
So I recently had a problem, where postgresql would run out of max concurrent connections .. and I wasn'T sure what caused it.
So after being told on IRC that you can use (i)python and proteus to poke around a running tryton instance(thanks for that hint btw) I tried it and had some "fun" right away:
from proteus import config,Model pcfg = config.set_trytond(database='trytond', config_file='/etc/tryon/trytond.conf')
gave me this: