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Re: Docker Image - OCBby
Hi NaranI was thinking of a production hosting environment where there are several docker instances running and they are all on the same code base, so therefore the code only has to updated once? I'm guessing any custom code could be deployed per instance?On 3 September 2015 at 10:33, Naran M <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I don’t really buy in the idea of using the docker just spinning multiple instances, having all the source code on the host system. It’s pointless. The flexibility I see with docker image is to have the odoo source code independent of the host system thereby allowing it move across multiple servers/ hosting providers if need. I’d like to see the same flexibility to move the data as well along with it, currently docker doesn’t support it with ease, can be achieved but too technical.Hi MoisesThank you - excellent document. So it looks like the Odoo docker instances can potentially share the same Odoo code on the host and therefore the code can be updated once and will be automatically applied to all odoo instances (after restart)?Another docker neophyte question: I conceptually view docker instances as essentially mini-vm's and hence they can be accessed like a vm thus any updates can be done after "logging on" to the docker vm. But I could be widley off the mark here because from what I am reading a better conceptual model would be that a docker instance is more like a system service and if that is the case I'm guessing the docker instance has to be stopped first to do any updates?I won't feel offended if you tell me to RTFM!On 9/2/2015 10:07 PM, Franck Le Gall wrote:>> My docker knowledge is quite limited.
>> I know it eases deployment but what about updates ? Does this streamline the update of an install from OCB repository ?
I'd say (speaking from one docker-blind to the other here) the OCB installation inside a docker image behaves as any other installation including updates.
It is not aware of being dockered, neither does it care as long all it needs is there where it expects it.
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We have made one, the clue is that you can set your different environments by mounting different code on the same docker. That's why there is a config folder, which contains some openerp-server.conf. There is also some sugar code which gives some feedback about what's happening or what might have gone wrong. Basic, without waranties. It's ment for development, but in a docker world the difference between dev and prod are very tiny.
one time I searched for it, there wasn't (about 3 months ago)
On 9/2/2015 8:52 AM, Naran M wrote:
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Good Morning All,
Is their any docker image available for OCB?
Eric Caudal (from my mobile)