Odoo is the world's easiest all-in-one management software. It includes hundreds of business apps:
CRM | e-Commerce | Accounting | Inventory | PoS | Project management | MRP | etc.
we would like to install multiple instances of Odoo on a clean CentOS server. There are multiple divisions/locations of our company and each requires its own odoo instance.
Has anyone been able to successfully do this? If so is there a guide?
Ideally we would like to see the following:
http://xxx.siteone.com --> odoo 1 instance
http://yyy .siteone.com --> odoo 2 instance
http://xxx.siteTwo.com --> odoo 3 instance
Is this possible? If it is are there any good guides you are aware of? I've tried searching with no success.
Ofcourse this is possible! The basic idea behind this is to install multiple Odoo instances on multiple locations. I've made an installation script that does all of this and which works fully automated. See: https://github.com/Yenthe666/InstallScript/
An example based on your example:
- http://xxx.siteone.com would be named 'xxxsiteone' on this line of the script: https://github.com/Yenthe666/InstallScript/blob/9.0/odoo_install.sh#L19
- http://yyy.siteone.com would be named 'yyysiteone' on this line of the script: https://github.com/Yenthe666/InstallScript/blob/9.0/odoo_install.sh#L19
- http://xxx.siteTwo.com would be named 'sitetwo' on this line of the script: https://github.com/Yenthe666/InstallScript/blob/9.0/odoo_install.sh#L19
This would install and configure three different Odoo code bases. You can even choose which version of Odoo you would like on this line: https://github.com/Yenthe666/InstallScript/blob/9.0/odoo_install.sh#L29 The different Odoo's would be under /yyysiteone/yyysiteone-server, yyysiteone/yyysiteone-server and under /sitetwo/sitetwo-server.
The only thing that is not included in my script is db-filter and forwarding to a correct URL.There are some topics about this on the help forum too though! The main idea is to redirect your internal Odoo to the webhosting with pointers. You could do this with Nginx and your hosting provider for example.
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|Asked: 10/31/15, 5:19 PM|
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|Last updated: 11/2/15, 2:45 AM|