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install-odoo

Install developement or production odoo from git with or without using docker, with or without using Amazon RDS, with additional improvements:

  • Attachments are stored in postgres large objects by default
  • Completely debranded system
  • Save sessions to postgres. It simplifies multi-instance deployment

Basic usage

Getting script

apt-get update | grep "Hit http\|Ign http" -C 10000 && echo "There are possible failures on fetching. Try apt-get update again"

apt-get install git -y
git clone https://github.com/it-projects-llc/install-odoo.git
cd install-odoo

Choosing version

# need 8.0 version of odoo:
git checkout 8.0
# or 9.0:
git checkout 9.0
# or recent version:
git checkout master

Running script

# run script with parameters you need
# (list of all parameters with default values can be found at install-odoo-saas.sh)
INSTALL_DEPENDENCIES=yes \
INIT_POSTGRESQL=yes \
INIT_BACKUPS=yes \
INIT_NGINX=yes \
INIT_START_SCRIPTS=yes \
INIT_ODOO_CONFIG=yes \
INIT_USER=yes \
INIT_DIRS=yes \
CLONE_ODOO=yes \
CLONE_IT_PROJECTS_LLC=yes \
CLONE_OCA=yes \
UPDATE_ADDONS_PATH=yes \
ADD_AUTOINSTALL_MODULES="['ir_attachment_force_storage']" \
/bin/bash -x install-odoo-saas.sh

After installation

# show settings (admin password, addons path)
head /etc/openerp-server.conf
# show odoo version
grep '^version_info ' $ODOO_SOURCE_DIR/openerp/release.py

# PGTune: http://pgtune.leopard.in.ua/"

# log
tail -f -n 100 /var/log/odoo/odoo-server.log

# start from console (for ODOO_USER=odoo):
sudo su - odoo -s /bin/bash -c  "/usr/local/src/odoo-source/odoo-bin -c /etc/openerp-server.conf"

# psql (use name of your database)
sudo -u odoo psql DATABASE

# some common issues:
# https://www.odoo.com/forum/help-1/question/dataerror-new-encoding-utf8-is-incompatible-with-the-encoding-of-the-template-database-sql-ascii-52124

Installation in Docker

Install Docker engine

# Install docker
# see https://docs.docker.com/engine/installation/
sudo apt-get install \
apt-transport-https \
ca-certificates \
curl \
software-properties-common

curl -fsSL https://download.docker.com/linux/ubuntu/gpg | sudo apt-key add -

sudo add-apt-repository \
"deb [arch=amd64] https://download.docker.com/linux/ubuntu \
$(lsb_release -cs) \
stable"

apt-get update

# Recommended extra packages for Trusty 14.04
apt-get install -y linux-image-extra-$(uname -r)

apt-get install -y docker-ce

Create postgres container

# create postgres container
docker run -d -e POSTGRES_USER=odoo -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=odoo --name db-odoo postgres:9.5

Create odoo container

Simplest way to create odoo container is as following:

# run (create) container
docker run \
-p 8069:8069 \
-p 8072:8072 \
--name odoo \
--link db-odoo:db \
-t itprojectsllc/install-odoo:10.0

Additionally, you can specify following environment variables:

  • -e ODOO_MASTER_PASS=123abcd -- specify master password (one, you will use on Database Manager page). If this variable is not specified, system will generate new password on each start.
  • -e RESET_ADMIN_PASSWORDS_ON_STARTUP=yes -- will reset admin password at all databases to $ODOO_MASTER_PASS (manual or generated value)

For more specific installation check following links:

Finish docker installation:

# start
docker start odoo

# update source
docker exec -u root -i -t odoo /bin/bash -c "export GIT_PULL='yes'; bash /install-odoo-saas.sh"

# restart
docker restart odoo

# prepare nginx (apache will be removed if installed)
INIT_NGINX=yes \
install-odoo-saas.sh

# add start scripts
INIT_START_SCRIPTS=docker-host \
install-odoo-saas.sh

SaaS Tools

To prepare saas tools do as on examples below.

Example for base installation

INIT_SAAS_TOOLS_VALUE="\
--portal-create \
--server-create \
--plan-create \
--odoo-script=/usr/local/src/odoo-source/odoo-bin \
--odoo-config=/etc/openerp-server.conf \
--admin-password='${ODOO_MASTER_PASS}' \
--portal-db-name=${ODOO_DOMAIN} \
--server-db-name=server-1.${ODOO_DOMAIN} \
--plan-template-db-name=template-1.${ODOO_DOMAIN} \
--plan-clients=demo-%i.${ODOO_DOMAIN} \
"
INIT_SAAS_TOOLS=$INIT_SAAS_TOOLS_VALUE bash -x install-odoo-saas.sh

Example for docker installation

INIT_SAAS_TOOLS_VALUE="\
--portal-create \
--server-create \
--plan-create \
--odoo-script=/mnt/odoo-source/odoo-bin \
--odoo-config=/mnt/config/odoo-server.conf \
--admin-password='${ODOO_MASTER_PASS}' \
--portal-db-name=${ODOO_DOMAIN} \
--server-db-name=server-1.${ODOO_DOMAIN} \
--plan-template-db-name=template-1.${ODOO_DOMAIN} \
--plan-clients=demo-%i.${ODOO_DOMAIN} \
"

docker exec -u root -i -t odoo /bin/bash -c "export INIT_SAAS_TOOLS='$INIT_SAAS_TOOLS_VALUE'; bash /install-odoo-saas.sh"

After that you need to edit config file and update db_filter value to ^%h$.

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