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module update under gunicorn

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Brian Martin
on 11/7/13, 4:08 PM 622 views

I am running openerp via gunicorn. But if I want to reload the server to update some modules (ie. passing in --update=my-module) I am unsure how to do this. My workaround has been to run the server standalone with openerp.py to do the module updates and then restart under gunicorn.

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Brian Martin
On 11/8/13, 12:26 AM

Answering my own question. It turns out you don't always need to use the --update=<module> syntax when upgrading a module. This must just be a shortcut for development. Instead you just restart the server (which loads your new python objects). And then you when click on 'Upgrade Module' in the settings/modules page, your changes/updates will be reflected in the system.

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Asked: 11/7/13, 4:08 PM
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