Base for all clases and scripts in VauxooTools
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The main DeployV goal is to have a set of tools for working with dockerized Odoo instances as a library or command line interface using a simple json formatted config files.
It is planned that in further versions will be an [Odoo](https://www.odoo.com) integration so the whole configuration process can be done directly in the instance and deployed to the corresponding server (this would be configurable too) using [RabbitMQ](https://www.rabbitmq.com/) for messaging. This graphical interface development is done in the [Orchest](https://github.com/Vauxoo/orchest) repository.
Getting started ===
Before installing the library you will need to have the following installed:
This can be performed executing the following:
$ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install build-essential python-setuptools python-dev libpq-dev libffi-dev
All Python dependencies are listed in the requirements.txt and will be installed when you run:
$ python setup.py install
Notice that you must have docker and PostgreSQL installed on your system, if not you can install docker following the [official documentation](https://docs.docker.com/installation/ubuntulinux) and you can use the a PostgreSQL container ([vauxoo/docker-postgresql](https://hub.docker.com/r/vauxoo/docker-postgresql/)), run it:
$ docker run -d -p 127.0.0.1:5136:5432 -p 172.17.42.1:5136:5432 –name odoo_psql vauxoo/docker-postgresql:latest /entry_point.py
The port 5136 is used to avoid conflict with any postgres running instance. It is attached to the docker interface and the [loopback](http://www.tldp.org/LDP/nag/node66.html) so it is accessible from the container and the host only, the –name parameter is optional and can be changed to your needs. To see a detailed description of the parameters go to [docker cli documentation page](https://docs.docker.com/reference/commandline/cli/).
Note: This have been tested with docker 1.7.1 only
## Testing the installation
In the test folder you can find a sample configuration file names config.json this file uses a [docker test image](https://hub.docker.com/r/vauxoo/odoo80-test/) that have some public repositories and Odoo 8.0.
Run the create command:
$ deployvcmd create -f /path/to/tests/config.json -l DEBUG -z /any/path
Notice that the backup must start with customer_id if you specify a directory, if you specify a specific file only then the name format does not matter.
## Basic commands
The image for the instance can be created by:
$ deployvcmd build -u email@example.com:user/app_repo.git -v 8.0
And it will create a docker image using Odoo 8.0 and will install all dependencies from the requirements.txt and oca_dependencies.txt, if you wish to build from a development branch just do:
$ deployvcmd build -u firstname.lastname@example.org:user-dev/app_repo.git -b my_dev_branch -v 8.0
As you can see in the test section you can easily create an Odoo instance using the command line, but also generate a backup from it:
$ deployvcmd backupdb -f /path/to/tests/config.json -z ./backup/path -d database_name_to_backup
Or you can create a backup from an instance in a container:
$ deployvcmd backupdb -n container_name -z ./backup/path -d database_name_to_backup
I will generate a compressed file in ./backup/path with a database dump, attachments and a json file with the instance branches info.
To restore the generated dump just have to execute:
$ deployvcmd restore -f /path/to/tests/config.json -z ./backup/path
Also, if you want to restore it to a dockerized instance:
$ deployvcmd restore -n container_name -z ./backup/path
This will search the best best backup to restore or if you wish to specify one:
$ deployvcmd restore -f /path/to/tests/config.json -z ./backup/path/backup_file.tar.bz2
The database name is generated automatically, but you can change this behaviour too:
$ deployvcmd restore -f /path/to/tests/config.json -z ./backup/path/backup_file.tar.bz2 -d specific_database_name
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