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Introduction: How to setup multiple domain names in Odoo using Nginx
Using your local hosts.ini file to configure and test domain resolution
Installing our test database and the Odoo web builder
Setup our two Odoo websites we will use to configure with multiple domains
Running your Odoo instances on different ports
Taking a look at the default Nginx configuration file
Using dbfilter to restrict the Odoo instance to a specific database
Testing and troubleshooting our multiple domain setup
Performing a database update in a multiple domain environment
Saving our updated Nginx config file and restarting the Nginx server
How to setup multiple domains in Odoo
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This video shows you how you can host multiple domains on the same Ubuntu server using Nginx. Learn to use domain filters and proper Nginx configurations so that multiple Odoo websites can be hosted on the same server.
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Setup Odoo so each database can have a unique domain name
If you have managed to get Odoo up and running and setup a website or two on it, then it is just a matter of time before you will ask "How do I configure Odoo to manage multiple websites?". Naturally you don't want to have to install and manage multiple Odoo installations for each site. In this video, learn how you can configure Odoo to handle multiple domains.
What are the basic steps for managing domains in Odoo?
In this video we look at how you can configure odoo to use multiple domains under Nginx. By properly configuring Nginx and the appropriate database filters, you can route domain requests to the the proper Odoo database. You get complete flexiblity on what you name your domain names and you can name them different than your database names if you choose.
Learn more about Nginx, Odoo --dbfilter and Odoo --xmlrpc-port
Note: This video is appropriate for Odoo 10, Odoo 9, Odoo 8, or Odoo 7.
Part of this video is to instruct how to go about the configuration. We begin by showing you how to change your host file so you can test your installations without having to change any DNS settings with a domain provider. Then we walk through step by step how to create the databases, setup the nginx file requirements, and start each database instance.