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It's possible to run odoo8 and odoo9 on the same ubuntu14.04 Server?

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wizardz
on 10/2/15, 4:24 AM 1,308 views

Hi, is this possible? Or should I need to make with docker - containers and handle this with that?

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Yenthe

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Yenthe
On 10/2/15, 4:32 AM

Hi Stephane,

Ofcourse this is possible! You would first install a V8 on port xxxx and then install a V9 on another port. You will have two Odoo's running on two ports with two different folder locations. I'll write out a little guide. First create a new file to run a V8 installation:

sudo nano odoo-installer.sh

Then place the following code inside:

#!/bin/bash

################################################################################
# Script for installing Odoo V8 on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (could be used for other version too)
# Author: Yenthe Van Ginneken
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# This script will install Odoo on your Ubuntu 14.04 server. It can install multiple Odoo instances
# in one Ubuntu because of the different xmlrpc_ports
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Make a new file:
# sudo nano odoo-install.sh
# Place this content in it and then make the file executable:
# sudo chmod +x odoo-install.sh
# Execute the script to install Odoo:
# ./odoo-install
################################################################################

##fixed parameters
#odoo
OE_USER="odoo"
OE_HOME="/$OE_USER"
OE_HOME_EXT="/$OE_USER/$OE_USER-server"
#The default port where this Odoo instance will run under (provided you use the command -c in the terminal)
#Set to true if you want to install it, false if you don't need it or have it already installed.
INSTALL_WKHTMLTOPDF="True"

#Choose the Odoo version which you want to install. For example: 8.0, 7.0 or saas-6. When using 'trunk' the master version will be installed.
#IMPORTANT! This script will work fine for any Odoo version except V9. 9.0 needs extra libraries. Please use the script found at
#https://github.com/Yenthe666/InstallScript/tree/master/V9
OE_VERSION="8.0"

#set the superadmin password
OE_SUPERADMIN="admin"
OE_CONFIG="$OE_USER-server"

#--------------------------------------------------
# Update Server
#--------------------------------------------------
echo -e "\n---- Update Server ----"
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade -y

#--------------------------------------------------
# Install PostgreSQL Server
#--------------------------------------------------
echo -e "\n---- Install PostgreSQL Server ----"
sudo apt-get install postgresql -y

echo -e "\n---- PostgreSQL $PG_VERSION Settings ----"
sudo sed -i s/"#listen_addresses = 'localhost'"/"listen_addresses = '*'"/g /etc/postgresql/9.3/main/postgresql.conf

echo -e "\n---- Creating the ODOO PostgreSQL User ----"
sudo su - postgres -c "createuser -s $OE_USER" 2> /dev/null || true

#--------------------------------------------------
# Install Dependencies
#--------------------------------------------------
echo -e "\n---- Install tool packages ----"
sudo apt-get install wget subversion git bzr bzrtools python-pip -y

echo -e "\n---- Install python packages ----"
sudo apt-get install python-dateutil python-feedparser python-ldap python-libxslt1 python-lxml python-mako python-openid python-psycopg2 python-pybabel python-pychart python-pydot python-pyparsing python-reportlab python-simplejson python-tz python-vatnumber python-vobject python-webdav python-werkzeug python-xlwt python-yaml python-zsi python-docutils python-psutil python-mock python-unittest2 python-jinja2 python-pypdf python-decorator python-requests python-passlib python-pil -y

echo -e "\n---- Install python libraries ----"
sudo pip install gdata

#--------------------------------------------------
# Install Wkhtmltopdf if needed
#--------------------------------------------------
if [ $INSTALL_WKHTMLTOPDF = "True" ]; then
echo -e "\n---- Install wkhtml and place on correct place for ODOO 8 ----"
sudo wget http://download.gna.org/wkhtmltopdf/0.12/0.12.1/wkhtmltox-0.12.1_linux-trusty-amd64.deb
sudo dpkg -i wkhtmltox-0.12.1_linux-trusty-amd64.deb
sudo cp /usr/local/bin/wkhtmltopdf /usr/bin
sudo cp /usr/local/bin/wkhtmltoimage /usr/bin
else
echo "Wkhtmltopdf isn't installed due to the choice of the user!"
fi

echo -e "\n---- Create ODOO system user ----"
sudo adduser --system --quiet --shell=/bin/bash --home=$OE_HOME --gecos 'ODOO' --group $OE_USER
#The user should also be added to the sudo'ers group.
sudo adduser $OE_USER sudo

echo -e "\n---- Create Log directory ----"
sudo mkdir /var/log/$OE_USER
sudo chown $OE_USER:$OE_USER /var/log/$OE_USER

#--------------------------------------------------
# Install ODOO
#--------------------------------------------------
echo -e "\n==== Installing ODOO Server ===="
sudo git clone --branch $OE_VERSION https://www.github.com/odoo/odoo $OE_HOME_EXT/

echo -e "\n---- Create custom module directory ----"
sudo su $OE_USER -c "mkdir $OE_HOME/custom"
sudo su $OE_USER -c "mkdir $OE_HOME/custom/addons"

echo -e "\n---- Setting permissions on home folder ----"
sudo chown -R $OE_USER:$OE_USER $OE_HOME/*

echo -e "* Create server config file"
sudo cp $OE_HOME_EXT/debian/openerp-server.conf /etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf
sudo chown $OE_USER:$OE_USER /etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf
sudo chmod 640 /etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf

echo -e "* Change server config file"
sudo sed -i s/"db_user = .*"/"db_user = $OE_USER"/g /etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf
sudo sed -i s/"; admin_passwd.*"/"admin_passwd = $OE_SUPERADMIN"/g /etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf
sudo su root -c "echo 'logfile = /var/log/$OE_USER/$OE_CONFIG$1.log' >> /etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf"
sudo su root -c "echo 'addons_path=$OE_HOME_EXT/addons,$OE_HOME/custom/addons' >> /etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf"

echo -e "* Create startup file"
sudo su root -c "echo '#!/bin/sh' >> $OE_HOME_EXT/start.sh"
sudo su root -c "echo 'sudo -u $OE_USER $OE_HOME_EXT/openerp-server --config=/etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf' >> $OE_HOME_EXT/start.sh"
sudo chmod 755 $OE_HOME_EXT/start.sh

#--------------------------------------------------
# Adding ODOO as a deamon (initscript)
#--------------------------------------------------

echo -e "* Create init file"
echo '#!/bin/sh' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '### BEGIN INIT INFO' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '# Provides: $OE_CONFIG' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '# Required-Start: $remote_fs $syslog' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '# Required-Stop: $remote_fs $syslog' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '# Should-Start: $network' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '# Should-Stop: $network' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '# Default-Start: 2 3 4 5' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '# Default-Stop: 0 1 6' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '# Short-Description: Enterprise Business Applications' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '# Description: ODOO Business Applications' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '### END INIT INFO' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo "DAEMON=$OE_HOME_EXT/openerp-server" >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo "NAME=$OE_CONFIG" >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo "DESC=$OE_CONFIG" >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '# Specify the user name (Default: odoo).' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo "USER=$OE_USER" >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '# Specify an alternate config file (Default: /etc/openerp-server.conf).' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo "CONFIGFILE=\"/etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf\"" >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '# pidfile' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'PIDFILE=/var/run/$NAME.pid' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '# Additional options that are passed to the Daemon.' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'DAEMON_OPTS="-c $CONFIGFILE"' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '[ -x $DAEMON ] || exit 0' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '[ -f $CONFIGFILE ] || exit 0' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'checkpid() {' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '[ -f $PIDFILE ] || return 1' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'pid=`cat $PIDFILE`' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '[ -d /proc/$pid ] && return 0' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'return 1' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '}' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'case "${1}" in' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'start)' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'echo -n "Starting ${DESC}: "' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'start-stop-daemon --start --quiet --pidfile ${PIDFILE} \' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '--chuid ${USER} --background --make-pidfile \' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '--exec ${DAEMON} -- ${DAEMON_OPTS}' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'echo "${NAME}."' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ';;' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'stop)' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'echo -n "Stopping ${DESC}: "' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'start-stop-daemon --stop --quiet --pidfile ${PIDFILE} \' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '--oknodo' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'echo "${NAME}."' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ';;' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'restart|force-reload)' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'echo -n "Restarting ${DESC}: "' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'start-stop-daemon --stop --quiet --pidfile ${PIDFILE} \' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '--oknodo' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'sleep 1' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'start-stop-daemon --start --quiet --pidfile ${PIDFILE} \' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '--chuid ${USER} --background --make-pidfile \' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '--exec ${DAEMON} -- ${DAEMON_OPTS}' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'echo "${NAME}."' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ';;' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '*)' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'N=/etc/init.d/${NAME}' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'echo "Usage: ${NAME} {start|stop|restart|force-reload}" >&2' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'exit 1' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ';;' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo '' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'esac' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo 'exit 0' >> ~/$OE_CONFIG

echo -e "* Security Init File"
sudo mv ~/$OE_CONFIG /etc/init.d/$OE_CONFIG
sudo chmod 755 /etc/init.d/$OE_CONFIG
sudo chown root: /etc/init.d/$OE_CONFIG

echo -e "* Change default xmlrpc port"
sudo su root -c "echo 'xmlrpc_port = $OE_PORT' >> /etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf"

echo -e "* Start ODOO on Startup"
sudo update-rc.d $OE_CONFIG defaults

echo -e "* Starting Odoo Service"
sudo su root -c "/etc/init.d/$OE_CONFIG start"
echo "-----------------------------------------------------------"
echo "Done! The Odoo server is up and running. Specifications:"
echo "Port: $OE_PORT"
echo "User service: $OE_USER"
echo "User PostgreSQL: $OE_USER"
echo "Code location: $OE_USER"
echo "Addons folder: $OE_USER/$OE_CONFIG/addons/"
echo "Start Odoo service: sudo service $OE_CONFIG start"
echo "Stop Odoo service: sudo service $OE_CONFIG stop"
echo "Restart Odoo service: sudo service $OE_CONFIG restart"
echo "-----------------------------------------------------------"

Now make that file executable:

sudo chmod +x odoo-installer.sh

and execute it:

./odoo-installer.sh

Now repeat this proces for V9 with my V9 installation script from Github. Just change the default xmlrpc-port to 8070 for example and then start your V9 installation.

Yenthe

This script for the version 9 doesn't work when odoo 8 is installed with the debian package. How can I fix this?

wizardz
on 10/6/15, 2:06 AM
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Axel Mendoza

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I could help you to develop anything and solve complex problems based on technologies, integrations and tricky stuffs mostly in Python with OpenERP/Odoo, Zato, Django and many others frameworks programming languages and technologies.

I offers consulting services to anyone with an unanswered questions or needs for customizations. Think about it, maybe it's better to have an expert to solve your issues and projects than having a full time employee trying to understand what to do an how

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Axel Mendoza
On 10/2/15, 5:36 AM

Yes it could be install both versions in the same server but better install it in a isolated virtualenv for each version. Config files only need to differs in the options xmlrpc_port and addons_path

A more simple way to install Odoo 9

sudo apt-get install python-virtualenv nodejs npm -y
mkdir /opt/odoo
#download and uncompress odoo src as /opt/odoo/9.0
mkdir -p /opt/virtualenv/odoo-9.0
virtualenv /opt/virtualenv/odoo-9.0
source /opt/virtualenv/odoo-9.0/bin/activate
pip install -r /opt/odoo/9.0/requirements.txt
sudo npm install -g less
sudo npm install -g less-plugin-clean-css
sudo ln -s /usr/local/bin/lessc /usr/bin/lessc
sudo ln -s /usr/bin/nodejs /usr/bin/node

To run it you need to activate the virtualenv or use the python interpreter at the virtualenv like:

/opt/virtualenv/odoo-9.0/bin/python /opt/odoo/9.0/odoo.py --config /etc/odoo.conf

use the same user and permissions of your Odoo 8 installation

Axel Mendoza
on 10/6/15, 2:22 AM
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On 10/2/15, 4:31 AM

Yes it is possible. Why not ?

You can make 2 separate Odoo installation paths which have their separate Git branches, config file and init files but running on different ports.

In Odoo V9 I think you just need to add some extra python packages, that's it !

Don't hesitate to come back with the problems if you face any.

All the best !

Yes you need the node-less libraries for example. :) You can find a list of dependencies here: https://www.odoo.com/forum/help-1/question/91047/#answer-91054

Yenthe
on 10/2/15, 4:34 AM

Yes, you are right.

Emipro Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
on 10/2/15, 4:59 AM
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wizardz
On 10/6/15, 2:05 AM

This script for the version 9 doesn't work when odoo 8 is installed with the debian package. How can I fix this?


Is there an other way to get a odoo9 installation when odoo8 is installed on the server ?  like one with docker ?

Hi Stephane, What exactly do you mean with the debian package? I have no problem at all having an Odoo 8 and Odoo 9 next to eachother with this script

Yenthe
on 10/6/15, 2:14 AM

see my answer on how to install in a python virtual enviroment

Axel Mendoza
on 10/6/15, 2:18 AM

It's not working with that: sudo apt-get install python-virtualenv nodejs npm -y mkdir /opt/odoo #download and uncompress odoo src as /opt/odoo/9.0 mkdir -p /opt/virtualenv/odoo-9.0 virtualenv /opt/virtualenv/odoo-9.0 source /opt/virtualenv/odoo-9.0/bin/activate pip install -r /opt/odoo/9.0/requirements.txt sudo npm install -g less sudo npm install -g less-plugin-clean-css sudo ln -s /usr/local/bin/lessc /usr/bin/lessc sudo ln -s /usr/bin/nodejs /usr/bin/node

wizardz
on 10/6/15, 3:37 AM

I need a step to step documentation, how to install odoo 9.0 on my server, when I'm running Odoo 8.0 with debian. When I install Odoo 9.0 debian it overwrites my localhost:8069 odoo 8.0

wizardz
on 10/6/15, 3:40 AM

seems that you are doing something wrong following all the ways offered to you here, all of them should work. In my way I create a virtualenv so it's like a new python binary on a new debian installed. Also you need to provide more info about what it's wrong in your setup, otherwise is impossible to help you

Axel Mendoza
on 10/6/15, 1:22 PM

What I need to do in this position?: #download and uncompress odoo src as /opt/odoo/9.0 uncompress with ?

wizardz
on 10/8/15, 2:38 AM

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