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I'm using Odoo + Nginx as a reverse SSL proxy. I followed this guide to get it setup:
I'd like to type in somessubdomain.example.com and have it redirected to the login page for that given database. In the background this should be happening:
When I request:
This should be returned https://somessubdomain.example.com
And in the background I would like this to happen: 127.0.0.1:8069/web?db=somesubdomain
On OpenERP 7 + Apache2 I know how to set this up , but I'm not sure how to do this with Nginx.
Someone refered me this guide but is not helping much: https://www.odoo.com/forum/help-1/question/domain-based-db-filter-6583
Hope you understand my question. Your help would be much appreciated.
I think your problem is due to the following: with the most common nginx reverse proxy I've seen on the web, all https requests for subdomains are forwarded to the same server:
that is the domain that reaches dbfilter!!
The solution I found was:
dbfilter=%dto your config file. I have tried several other options like
^%d$, and this is the only one that worked!
- restart odoo
- Then, for each subdomain you want to add:
- Configure your dns so that it points to the right ip
- Add a line to
- Create a new site in nginx with
server_name subdomain.example.comthat does a
- restart nginx
- create the database whose name is *exactly* subdomain
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