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Allow using a custom user profile #451

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vmiklos commented Jun 1, 2018

This is useful when converting large documents on a machine with many
CPU cores/threads. Using a single unoconv server means in fact a single
document is converted at a time, given LibreOffice uses a single global
lock for remote method invocations.

Starting multiple unoconv servers is not possible by default, as the
second one will complain that the user profile is locked. Using a custom
user profile is a solution to this.

Allow using a custom user profile
This is useful when converting large documents on a machine with many
CPU cores/threads. Using a single unoconv server means in fact a single
document is converted at a time, given LibreOffice uses a single global
lock for remote method invocations.

Starting multiple unoconv servers is not possible by default, as the
second one will complain that the user profile is locked. Using a custom
user profile is a solution to this.
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jalevin commented Jul 11, 2018

+1

Please merge!

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vmiklos commented Jul 27, 2018

@regebro could you review this, please? :-)

@regebro regebro merged commit 7881700 into unoconv:master Aug 10, 2018

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vmiklos commented Aug 10, 2018

Thanks!

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