December 16, 2015
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Now Access Odoo from Container at local host :8069! Pragmatic Odoo from Docker is Ready!!!
This image requires a running PostgreSQL server.
Start a PostgreSQL server
$ docker run -d -e POSTGRES_USER=odoo -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=odoo –name db postgres
This command will pull the official postgres image and run its container so you have your postgres server up and running, that we will use to connect with odoo.
Start an Odoo instance
$ docker run -p 8069:8069 –name odoo –link db:db -t pragtechsoft/odoo
This command will pull the pragmatic odoo image from docker hub and run its container for you, which means now you have your odoo server running on your machine. The alias of the container running Postgres must be db for Odoo to be able to connect to the Postgres server.
How to access my odoo
Once you run pragtechsoft/odoo container using the above command, now you can access your odoo using the link http://localhost:8069 in browser.
Stop and restart an Odoo instance
$ docker stop odoo
$ docker start -a odoo
Stop and restart a PostgreSQL server When a PostgreSQL server is restarted, the Odoo instances linked to that server must be restarted as well because the server address has changed and the link is thus broken.
Restarting a PostgreSQL server does not affect the created databases.
Run Odoo with a custom configuration
The default configuration file for the server (located at /etc/openerp-server.conf) can be overriden at startup using volumes. Suppose you have a custom configuration at /path/to/config/openerp-server.conf, then
$ docker run -v /path/to/config:/etc/odoo -p 127.0.0.1:8069:8069 –name odoo –link db:db -t pragtechsoft/odoo
Please use this configuration template to write your custom configuration as we already set some arguments for running Odoo inside a Docker container.
You can also directly specify Odoo arguments inline. Those arguments must be given after the keyword — in the command-line, as follows
$ docker run -p 8069:8069 –name odoo –link db:db -t pragtechsoft/odoo — –db-filter=odoo_db_.*
Mount custom addons
You can mount your own Odoo addons within the Odoo container, at /mnt/extra-addons
$ docker run -v /path/to/addons:/mnt/extra-addons -p 127.0.0.1:8069:8069 –name odoo –link db:db -t pragtechsoft/odoo
Run multiple Odoo instances
$ docker run -p 8070:8069 –name odoo2 –link db:db -t pragtechsoft/odoo $ docker run -p 8071:8069 –name odoo3 –link db:db -t pragtechsoft/odoo
How to upgrade this image
Suppose you created a database from an Odoo instance named old-odoo, and you want to access this database from a new Odoo instance named new-odoo, e.g. because you’ve just downloaded a newer Odoo image.
By default, Odoo uses a filestore (located at /opt/odoo/.local/share/Odoo/filestore/) for attachments. You should restore this filestore in your new Odoo instance by running
$ docker run –volumes-from old-odoo -p 8070:8069 –name new-odoo –link db:db -t pragtechsoft/odoo
How to get Support?
If you are facing any problems with this image and need professional support, you can contact us at sales at pragtech.co.in. For more information about us visit https://hub.docker.com/r/pragtechsoft/odoo/
Is this instance configured for Httpworkers and Odoo Performance Optimization?
No, not configured for httpworkers as httpworkers depends on number of cpu of system, contact sales at pragtech.co.in, we can optimize the performance of Odoo for your system.
The postgres instance that is used; Is it official instance?
Yes, Pragmatic has used official postgres image, Postgres V 9.5. This image includes EXPOSE 5432 (the postgres port), so standard container linking will make it automatically available to the linked containers. The Pragmatic Docker for postgres always searches for the latest image of Postgre and updates it.