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Hi, I'm currently running odoo 10 in a docker container. I would like to export the data from the one docker and import it in the other one.
On the source system I do the following:
- export the database: pg_dumpall -U postgres | gzip -c > odoo_backup.out.gz
- copy over the directory /var/lib/odoo
On the target I do:
- import the DB dump: psql -U postgres < odoo_backup.out
- copy the odoo directory back to /var/lib/
All works fine, except that the pictures are not visible. When I edit the website and I want to pick a previously uploaded picture, all are showing errors except for 2.
So I'm wondering now, are the pictures stored in another location as well?
Yes, not only the pictures, all the attachments generated and documents are located in the Odoo filestore per database. Normally it's located in the Odoo running user path
But you could have a different place for that setted in the config file as data_dir of your Odoo like the Odoo Docker Image does
data_dir = /var/lib/odoo
So if you copy the content of /var/lib/odoo maybe you are having some permissions issues. Set the owner for the odoo user again for the copied files just to be sure that Odoo could readit, also check the logs to see what it's the error
For backup, you can go to this link
- You can create a backup from there.
- You can restore your pre existing backup also.
Important- Before that just set your master password for your Database to avoid consequences in future.
If you want to change particular models or fields while logged in. You can do it by
export/importaction provided by Odoo. After exporting data from local you can import it on your server for that you have to validate it.
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|Last updated: 9/27/17, 11:42 AM|