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So this will improve good practices when deploying staging and production environments.
The situation is still not perfect, but much better than before.
New CLI provides a saner experience by avoiding failures on incompatible flag combinations.
The script will not exist and thus provide errors wherever used. Those containers were a workaround back in old times where Docker did not support network isolation by default, or when the scaffolding designer (younger me) did not know that feature.
TBH, most times it should just work equally, or even better. That bug has hit many customers in production, so it seems safer to upgrade to this small bugfix release by default. Many people is starting to build their own docker images for their own development/deployment workflows, and many discard using Doodba as a base because it enforces an opinionated workflow.
Any announcement will include instructions on how to pin the image versions that supported old behaviour, and upgrade instructions. Duplicity is better docummented, supported, efficient, supports many backends (although default will be S3 as usual)... It uses different configuration, different storage, different everything.
Besides adding some CPU consumption (not much, honestly), these containers also exhaust easily the available IPv4 address pool since they require creating one extra network per project to perform the isolation correctly. This version contains some bugs that are fixed in 3.5.6, which is the latest python 3.5 bugfix release. The base image is also a Debian 9 base, but it includes many build dependencies, since it is based on when installing any pip dependency with C extensions. In fact, if you install it, you'd have the included-and-locally-built python 3.5.6 headers, and the apt-installed python 3.5.3 headers, which could cause confusion and could cause some packages to appear to be installed at image build time, but not be executable later at container execution time. Current fonts shipped by Debian do not render fine in Adobe PDF on Windows and Mac OS. When updating scaffolding of current deployments of any of those test environments and re-deploying, you'll probably see a new "prod" database being created. Python 3.5 is the version that Odoo SA uses in their deployments, so the project leader, @pedrobaeza, considers this version is more safe to use in Doodba than the currently latest stable version of Python: 3.7.
When you update the scaffolding, you won't be able to deploy test environments if your servers are not ready for the change. If you were relying on this feature, you will see that your test/prod builds are missing the requirements that they were getting automatically from the linked repositories. In case you were installing python packages through and, thus, installs it. Scaffolding: Tecnativa/[email protected] When #199 gets merged. Since all the code you write for Odoo 12.0 should be Python 3.5 compatible, as Odoo itself, nothing should break. Git was never a good place to store secrets in plain text.
containers (which came in flavors inboxfake and inboxreal) are being dropped from the scaffolding. Network isolation is by far more powerful that the proxies, and reduces maintenance and inflexibility burden in projects.
Besides, configuring Odoo to fetch mail from real host names reduces the diff between a Odoo deployment from the 90's and a modern Doodba-based one.
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