Editting the domain DB setting results in phpmyadmin not accessable
Using phpmyadmin, I edited the domain row in the settings table, changing the value from home.htt to home.htt-consult.com.
After a reboot, the new domain seemed to be working. I could access http://hda.home.htt-consult.com/setup from a local login. But http://phpmyadmin.home.htt-consult.com went to the default web page of the setup users. So it appears that there is someplace else that the domain needs to be changed, along with the settings table. Where is that? Or is there an official way to set the domain to a desired string?
#1 Updated by cpg almost 10 years ago
we have never supporting changing the domain.
partly because noone has done the tedious work of going through this.
at least all the files matching /etc/httpd/conf.d/1[0-9][0-9][0-9]-*conf need to be changed.
after that, i think there may be some settings in /etc/ that need changing, but i can't think of what at the moment.
if you can do that, it'd be great!
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