I have over 40 domains and I would like to have a specific database associated with each domain. Do I have to have multiple installs? I know how to use a specific database. But I cannot seem to control. I have tried having apache2 listen to specific 8069 ports for the domains. But I always seem to have issues.
I use apache2 named services. I have in /etc/apache2/vhosts a file
name-vitrual-host.XXX.XXX.XXX.XX9.80.conf name-vitrual-host-XXX.XXX.XXX.XX2.80.conf name-vitrual-host-XXX.XXX.XXX.XX9.443.conf name-vitrual-host-XXX.XXX.XXX.XX2.443.conf
or name-vitrual-host-XXX.XXX.XXX.XX9.8069.conf.org name-vitrual-host-XXX.XXX.XXX.XX2.8069.conf.org
I have apache2 setup to only read and use a .conf So I am doing it with and without I have also tried using in my /srv/apache2/listen.conf a global *:8069
The above file has a different location for each openerp config in a domain. I have linked the source code from /usr/share/openerp to each domain.
cd /srv/www/vhosts/domain_name/ ln -s /usr/share/openerp openerp cd /srv/www/vhosts/domain_name/ ln -s /usr/share/openerp openerp ... cd /srv/www/vhosts/domain_name#/ ln -s /usr/share/openerp openerp
I have in each index.html or apporiate html file
Note each below have a http: in front //www.sample.com:8069/?db=openerp //www.sample1.com:8069/?db=openerp1 //www.sample2.com:8069/?db=openerp2 //www.sample3.com:8069/?db=openerp3
It is getting the openerp working. Seems openERP wants to bind to the IP:Port and not the domainname:Port
Been trying to get customized config files working. What I do for other programs is for example put the source in /usr/share/openerp with links in all the virtual hosts as shown above.
Each .conf file has the following in them [options] addons_path = /usr/share/openerp/addons or /srv/www/vhosts/domain_name/addons
then a specific db db_name=openerp db_name=openerp1 db_name=openerp2 db_name=openerp3
all have the same db_user = openerp
My problem is I get post already in use. I do the following:
/location_domain/openerp/openerp-server -c /location_domain/openerp.cfg &
Then on the next add using the -c with a different cfg and location I get the already in use. I have different names in the config file but they are using the same IP. Making use of the apache2 named configurations. So if the system uses the name it should work, but if using IP it will fail
Any known way to do this?