OpenERP Appliance

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Downloads page added. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 remote installation/deployment on DELL PowerEdge R720 (RHEL 6.3 x86_64), Data VG detached from System VG (LVM2), KVM virtualization with qcow2 pre-allocation, DELL OpenManage/OMSA 7 deployment, performance analysis script, JMeter load testing

I’ve decided to create a download page to share my own stuff like Docs, Notes, scripts, and so on. The idea behind this is to show the way I work in order to gain new Projects.

http://openerpappliance.com/downloads/

My first document is about Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 remote installation/deployment on Dell PowerEdge R720 (RHEL 6.3 x86_64), Data VG detached from System VG (LVM2), KVM virtualization with qcow2 pre-allocation, DELL OpenManage/OMSA 7 deployment,  RHEL6.3 performance analysis script, JMeter load testing on latest DELL hardware:

Online document: http://bit.ly/Ulb98Q

Download this document in MHT format (recommended): http://bit.ly/Pv5KvK

July 28, 2012 Posted by | Deployment, Network Monitoring, Red Hat, Servers, Uncategorized, Virtualization, Volume Managers, WebApp | , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

OpenERP 6.1.1 server appliance

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OpenERP 6.1.1 server Appliance is now available for sale. It is based on Turnkey Linux Library 11.3 (Ubuntu 10.04) and  includes an ‘openerp-update fast‘ option for faster updates of openerp source code without prompts. Branches included: openerp-server, openerp-web, openerp-client, addons, openerp-spain (disabled), magentoerpconnect, prestashoperpconnect, e-commerce-addons, openobject-extension. Extra-Addons is no longer included as it’s full of junk and is supposed to disappear soon. If you need it you can always add it as any other community branch as explained below. Bazaar branches are now located in /home/openerp instead of the longer path /home/openerp/workspace, with the goal of simplifying the writing and reading of addons_path in /etc/openerp-server.conf.

E-Junkie is the e-commerce provider chosen for selling digital media at openerpappliance.com. The download link will expire after 120 hours (5 days) or after 5 attempts, which ever event happens first

Openerp login credentials are set up during the database creation, by default admin/openerp (required for backup/restore from openerp clients) and demo/demo.

OpenERP source code is update-able by running openerp-update command inside ‘openerp’ linux acount. Remember to login as linux user acount “openerp” with default password “openerp. As an interesting feature, openerp-update offers the possibility of reverse updating openerp-server, openerp-web, openerp-client and addons (branches with bzr milestones). Also note that openerp-update script is not longer obfuscated.

Please run ‘openerp-update fast’ in order to obtain latest commits available on Launchpad if you want HTTPS to work on your appliance (reverse proxy option). Otherwise openerp-web will fail. I was supposed to wait for v6.1.2 before publishing a 6.1 stable release, but at the end the 6.1.2 release is not coming out yet and I really need the money…

Example of how to add a new community branch to openerp-update:

  1. cd /home/openerp/
  2. bzr branch lp:openerp-spain
  3. Update addons-path in /etc/openerp-server.conf by adding ‘/home/openerp/openerp-spain’
  4. openerp-update

List of available appliances:

OpenERP 6.1.1 Server Appliance – NEW

  • 32-bit architecture
  • File size: 1GB
  • Build Date: March 13th 2012
  • Ubuntu release: 10.04.1 LTS (Lucid)
  • TurnKey Linux release: TKL 11.3
  • GUI Desktop included?: No
  • confconsole included?: Yes
  • Workaround for openerp-client bug #674231?: No
  • Price: 10€
  • May 2012: Latest commits require paramiko library: run ‘sudo apt-get install python-paramiko’ and restart the appliance in order to get the web client working.

Add to Cart

March 13, 2012 Posted by | Automated infrastructure, Deployment, Turnkey, Virtualization | | Leave a comment

OpenERP 6.1rc1 server appliance for QA testing purpose. ‘openerp-update fast’ option added

OpenERP Appliance Forum

OpenERP 6.1rc1 server Appliance is now available for sale. It is based on Turnkey Linux Library 11.3 (Ubuntu 10.04) and  includes an ‘openerp-update fast‘ option for faster updates of openerp source code without prompts. Please note this is a QA testing purpose build (trunk branch in Launchpad instead of stable branch). Branches included: openerp-server, openerp-web, openerp-client, addons, extra-addons, magentoerpconnect.

E-Junkie is the e-commerce provider chosen for selling digital media at openerpappliance.com. The download link will expire after 120 hours (5 days) or after 5 attempts, which ever event happens first

Openerp login credentials are set up during the database creation, by default admin/openerp (required for backup/restore from openerp clients) and demo/demo.

OpenERP source code is update-able by running openerp-update command inside ‘openerp’ linux acount. Remember to login as linux user acount “openerp” with default password “openerp. As an interesting feature, openerp-update offers the possibility of reverse updating openerp-server, openerp-web, openerp-client and addons (branches with bzr milestones).

Example of how to add a new community branch to openerp-update:

  1. cd /home/openerp/workspace/
  2. bzr branch lp:aeroo
  3. Update addons-path in /etc/openerp-server.conf by adding ‘/home/openerp/workspace/aeroo’
  4. openerp-update

List of available appliances:

  1. OpenERP 6.1rc1 Server Appliance
    • 32-bit architecture
    • File size: 1,1GB
    • Build Date: January 17th 2012
    • Ubuntu release: 10.04.1 LTS (Lucid)
    • TurnKey Linux release: TKL 11.3
    • GUI Desktop included?: No
    • confconsole included?: Yes
    • Workaround for openerp-client bug #674231?: No
    • Price: 6€

    Add to Cart

January 15, 2012 Posted by | Automated infrastructure, Deployment, Turnkey, Virtualization | | Leave a comment

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