[GeoNode-users] Multi-Tenancy: how to start

Eugenio Trumpy frippe12573 at hotmail.com
Sun Dec 18 23:55:03 PST 2016

Hi everyone,

regarding the multi-tenancy setting up and in particular the installation of new site since the command:

python manage.py addsite sitename sitedomain

return me:

Unknown command: 'addsite'
Type 'manage.py help' for usage.

Do you know way? Have I 'activate' in some way the multi-tenancy before? or it is ready to use?

If it is ready to use, why 'addsite' is an unknown command?

I launched the command from the main geonode directory, am I right?

As I wrote in the previous email in my installation I have only manage.py file in
/geonode directory.

I'm testing on on ubuntu 14.04 and geonode is at version 2.4.dev20151029170512.
I installed geonode as custom installation (not by apt-get).


Da: Eugenio Trumpy <frippe12573 at hotmail.com>
Inviato: venerdì 16 dicembre 2016 15.04
A: geonode-users at lists.osgeo.org
Oggetto: Multi-Tenancy: how to start

Hi all,

as pointed in the email object I want to try the geonode multi-tenancy capabilities.

I started of course from the documentation [1] and [2], but a need some hints to start.

I have already a running geonode instance. Do you think I should start from

a clean geonode installation or I can arrange the running one?

Is there somewhere a set of commands to setup the geosite 1, geosite 2, ...

I was looking into geosites folder, as suggested in [2], but I don't see neither manage.py nor manage_all.py files.

I tried python manage.py addsite geosite1 geosite1domain

but I got Unknown command: 'addsite'

Am I missing something?

After that: How can I sort out the already stored layers?

Thank you very much for hints and for the patience of this stupid questions,


[1] https://geonode.readthedocs.io/en/2.0/tutorials/admin/multi-tenancy.html

[2] https://github.com/GeoNode/geonode/tree/master/geonode/contrib/geosites

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