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If you have your OpenERP system already working and you have to modify a module (let's say a module you've developped) how is the best way to do it in order to avoid:
- too long waiting times without system
we do it with the /etc/init.d/openerp-server start -u NAMEMODULE
but some times things go wrong and me must to an total update -u all and this can be a very long process
Thanks in advance
The answers from @patrick and @patently give you the technical process.
What you may also want to consider is creating a virtual machine that exactly mimics your production environment, called Testing. Use the same operating system, version of PostgreSQL and OpenERP.
Use this environment to test any changes to the source: upgrades, patches, developed modules.
When you need to change anything on production, try it first on Testing.
This will help you
- Detect problems with the upgrade process
- Test for problems after the upgrade process
- Benchmark the time for the change
This way you can verify a problem free change to production, without interrupting users.
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