How to configure openerp-server.conf for OpenERP

Here are the options that you can use in your openerp-server.conf file to tweak your OpenERP.

Common options

# Admin password for creating, restoring and backing up databases
admin_passwd = admin

# default CSV separator for import and export
csv_internal_sep = ,

# to compress reports
reportgz = False

# disable loading demo data for modules to be installed (comma-separated, use “all” for all modules)
without_demo = False

# Use this for big data importation, if it crashes you will be able to continue at the current state. Provide a filename to store intermediate importation states.
import_partial =

# file where the server pid will be stored
pidfile = None

# specify additional addons paths (separated by commas)
addons_path = /full/path/to/addons

# Comma-separated list of server-wide modules default=web
server_wide_modules = None

XML-RPC / HTTP – XML-RPC Configuration
# disable the XML-RPC protocol
xmlrpc = True

# Specify the TCP IP address for the XML-RPC protocol. The empty string binds to all interfaces.
xmlrpc_interface =

# specify the TCP port for the XML-RPC protocol
xmlrpc_port = 8069

# Enable correct behavior when behind a reverse proxy
proxy_mode = False

XML-RPC / HTTPS – XML-RPC Secure
Configuration
# disable the XML-RPC Secure protocol
xmlrpcs = True

# Specify the TCP IP address for the XML-RPC Secure protocol. The empty string binds to all interfaces.
xmlrpcs_interface =

# specify the TCP port for the XML-RPC Secure protocol
xmlrpcs_port = 8071

# specify the certificate file for the SSL connection
secure_cert_file = server.cert

# specify the private key file for the SSL connection
secure_pkey_file = server.pkey

NET-RPC Configuration
# enable the NETRPC protocol
netrpc = False

# specify the TCP IP address for the NETRPC protocol
netrpc_interface =

# specify the TCP port for the NETRPC protocol
netrpc_port = 8070

Web interface Configuration
# Filter listed database REGEXP
dbfilter = .*

Static HTTP service

# enable static HTTP service for serving plain HTML filespene
static_http_enable = False

# specify the directory containing your static HTML files (e.g ‘/var/www/’)
static_http_document_root = None

# specify the URL root prefix where you want web browsers to access your static HTML files (e.g ‘/’)
static_http_url_prefix = None

SMTP Configuration

# specify the SMTP email address for sending email
email_from = False

# specify the SMTP server for sending email
smtp_server = localhost

# specify the SMTP port
smtp_port = 25

# specify the SMTP server support SSL or not
smtp_ssl = False

# specify the SMTP username for sending email
smtp_user = False

# specify the SMTP password for sending email
smtp_password = False

Database options
# specify the database name
db_name = False

# specify the database user name
db_user = openerp

# specify the database password
db_password = False

# specify the pg executable path
pg_path = None

# specify the database host
db_host = False

# specify the database port
db_port = False

# specify the the maximum number of physical connections to posgresql
db_maxconn = 64

# specify a custom database template to create a new database
db_template = template1

Advanced options

# enable debug mode
debug_mode = False

# specify reference timezone for the server (e.g. Europe/Brussels”)
timezone = False

# Force a limit on the maximum number of records kept in the virtual osv_memory tables. The default is False, which means no count-based limit.
osv_memory_count_limit = False

# Force a limit on the maximum age of records kept in the virtual osv_memory tables. This is a decimal value expressed in hours, and the default is 1 hour.
osv_memory_age_limit = 1.0

# Maximum number of threads processing concurrently cron jobs (default 2)
max_cron_threads = 2

# Use the unaccent function provided by the database when available.
unaccent = False

Multiprocessing options
# Specify the number of workers, 0 disable prefork mode.
workers = 0

# Maximum allowed virtual memory per worker, when reached the worker be reset after the current request (default 671088640 aka 640MB)
limit_memory_soft = 671088640

# Maximum allowed virtual memory per worker, when reached, any memory allocation will fail (default 805306368 aka 768MB)
limit_memory_hard = 805306368

# Maximum allowed CPU time per request (default 60)
limit_time_cpu = 60

# Maximum allowed Real time per request (default 120)
limit_time_real = 120

# Maximum number of request to be processed per worker (default 8192)
limit_request = 8192

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