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I'm now able to run 2 differents instances of Odoo on the same computer. How could I change de process name? It is alway « python »...
Thanks for your idea.
Linux/Unix way will be to use
bash -c "exec -a MyUniqueProcessName <command> &"
however, THIS WILL NOT WORK due to the way odoo.py is executed. The shabang in the odoo.py (the #!/usr/bin/env python) is starting an instance of python which overrides the name of the process.
A workaround is to get the PID of the process and store it in a file which you can later use to kill the process you want. Here is the most rudimentary example:
Crate file with name start_as.sh with following content:
echo $odoo_pid >$1
Than you can use
kill `cat mynew.pid`
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