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P4 Spain
3/11/15, 5:05 PM

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:

http://127.0.0.1:8069

or

http://localhost:8069

that is the domain that reaches dbfilter!!

The solution I found was:

  • Add dbfilter=%d to 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 /etc/hosts with
    • 127.0.0.1 subdomain.localhost
    • Create a new site in nginx with server_name subdomain.example.com that does a proxy_pass to http://subdomain.localhost:8069
    • restart nginx
    • create the database whose name is *exactly* subdomain
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