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NAME

       openerp-server - manual page for OpenERP Server 5.0.0

SYNOPSIS

       openerp-server.py [options]

DESCRIPTION

       OpenERP  is  an  Enterprise Resource Planning and Customer Relationship
       Management software package. It is developed to  meet  changing  needs.
       The  main  functional features are: CRM and SRM, analytic and financial
       accounting,  double-entry  stock  management,   sales   and   purchases
       management,  tasks  automation,  a  help desk, marketing campaigns, and
       vertical modules  for  very  specific  businesses.  Technical  features
       include a distributed server, flexible workflows, an object database, a
       dynamic GUI, customizable reports, and a NET-RPC and XML-RPC interface.

OPTIONS

       --version
              show program's version number and exit

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -c CONFIG, --config=CONFIG
              specify alternate config file

       -s, --save
              save configuration to ~/.openerp_serverrc

       --pidfile=PIDFILE
              file where the server pid will be stored

       -n INTERFACE, --interface=INTERFACE
              specify the TCP IP address

       -p PORT, --port=PORT
              specify the TCP port

       --net_interface=NETINTERFACE
              specify the TCP IP address for netrpc

       --net_port=NETPORT
              specify the TCP port for netrpc

       --no-netrpc
              disable netrpc

       --no-xmlrpc
              disable xmlrpc

       -i INIT, --init=INIT
              init a module (use "all" for all modules)

       --without-demo=WITHOUT_DEMO
              load demo data for a module (use "all" for all modules)

       -u UPDATE, --update=UPDATE
              update a module (use "all" for all modules)

       --cache-timeout=CACHE_TIMEOUT
              set the timeout for the cache system

       --stop-after-init
              stop the server after it initializes

       --debug
              enable debug mode

       --assert-exit-level=ASSERT_EXIT_LEVEL
              specify the level at which a  failed  assertion  will  stop  the
              server.   Accepted   values:   ['info',   'debug_rpc',   'warn',
              'critical', 'error', 'debug', 'notset']

SSL CONFIGURATION

       -S, --secure
              launch server over https instead of http

       --cert-file=SECURE_CERT_FILE
              specify the certificate file for the SSL connection

       --pkey-file=SECURE_PKEY_FILE
              specify the private key file for the SSL connection

LOGGING CONFIGURATION

       --logfile=LOGFILE
              file where the server log will be stored

       --syslog
              Send the log to the syslog server

       --log-level=LOG_LEVEL
              specify the level of  the  logging.  Accepted  values:  ['info',
              'debug_rpc', 'warn', 'critical', 'error', 'debug', 'notset']

SMTP CONFIGURATION

       --email-from=EMAIL_FROM
              specify the SMTP email address for sending email

       --smtp=SMTP_SERVER
              specify the SMTP server for sending email

       --smtp-port=SMTP_PORT
              specify the SMTP port

       --smtp-ssl=SMTP_SSL
              specify the SMTP server support SSL or not

       --smtp-user=SMTP_USER
              specify the SMTP username for sending email

       --smtp-password=SMTP_PASSWORD
              specify the SMTP password for sending email

       --price_accuracy=PRICE_ACCURACY
              specify the price accuracy

DATABASE RELATED OPTIONS

       -d DB_NAME, --database=DB_NAME
              specify the database name

       -r DB_USER, --db_user=DB_USER
              specify the database user name

       -w DB_PASSWORD, --db_password=DB_PASSWORD
              specify the database password

       --pg_path=PG_PATH
              specify the pg executable path

       --db_host=DB_HOST
              specify the database host

       --db_port=DB_PORT
              specify the database port

       --db_maxconn=DB_MAXCONN
              specify  the  the  maximum  number  of  physical  connections to
              posgresql

       -P IMPORT_PARTIAL, --import-partial=IMPORT_PARTIAL
              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.

INTERNATIONALISATION OPTIONS

       Use these options to translate OpenERP  to  another  language.See  i18n
       section  of  the  user  manual. Option '-d' is mandatory.Option '-l' is
       mandatory in case of importation

       -l LANGUAGE, --language=LANGUAGE
              specify the language  of  the  translation  file.  Use  it  with
              --i18n-export or --i18n-import

       --i18n-export=TRANSLATE_OUT
              export  all  sentences to be translated to a CSV file, a PO file
              or a TGZ archive and exit

       --i18n-import=TRANSLATE_IN
              import a CSV or a PO file with translations and exit.  The  '-l'
              option is required.

       --modules=TRANSLATE_MODULES
              specify modules to export. Use in combination with --i18n-export

       --addons-path=ADDONS_PATH
              specify an alternative addons path.

FILES

       ~/.openerp_serverrc

AUTHORS

       OpenERP is a product of Tiny.be (http://www.tiny.be)

SEE ALSO

       openerp_serverrc(5) openerp(1)
       http://www.openerp.com : Open ERP official website
       http://doc.openerp.com : Open ERP documentation