Drupal multi site hosting
Hello and welcome.
I'm running several sites using Drupal's multisite feature, and noticed the absence of a group to discuss the various issues and how-tos related to doing this. If anyone has any questions about the basics, I can probably answer them. I'd also like to see some tutorials about more advanced stuff like sharing database tables.
Posted by billp44ruby on March 17, 2013 at 3:48pm
I was trying to create a multisite setup (which I've done a dozen times before) for a subdirectory (i.e. mydomain.com/failedsitename) implementation. After going through the setup process, the url www.mydomain.com/failedsitename is bringing up the www.mydomain.com web page instead of the Drupal install, even though the www.mydomain.com/failedsitename url is displayed.
Posted by quantos on February 26, 2013 at 4:29pm
Hi guys. I'm quite new to Drupal multisites and have what I hope is a simple query, I just don't know the answer. ;-)
How/where do you switch your multisite development subdomain, for example, devsite.quantos.co.uk to its full actual domain name, for example www.quantos.co.uk ?
I've been successfully following the advise found on various sites, such as this one: groups.drupal.org/node/121989 but everything I've read so far only talks about theoretical development URLs and not what happens when you're re-developing a site and you're ready to switch over.
Posted by prathamesh.save on February 8, 2013 at 1:49pm
I setup 4 multisite at same level means they only share users table all other
remaining tables are not shared.
Used single database for all four sites, differentiate using different
prefixes and code base is also same.
Site Name: site1.example.com
Site DB Default Prefix: 'site1_'
Site Name: site2.example.com
Site DB Default Prefix: 'site2_'
Site Name: site3.example.com
Site DB Default Prefix: 'site3_'
Site Name: site4.example.com
Site DB Default Prefix: 'site4_'
I Want to get all my node data using 'views' from different sites ( my
Posted by kappaluppa on January 22, 2013 at 4:16am
On the menu for this go 'round is multi-sites. We'll be learning how to set up a multi-site live, how to configure our local machines to work with multi-sites and multi domains, set up git branches & repos for the sites, update the variety of sites with Drush and best ways to handle individual configuration of modules as required.
Posted by micnap on November 28, 2012 at 3:26pm
Question about Drupal multi-site ecommerce setups and using SSL certificates. I know that to use an SSL certificate, a dedicated IP address is required. So if you have a multi-site setup where each site needs to have an SSL cert, each site in the multi-site needs it's own IP address. From what I've read, this is quite a challenge to get around. So, I was wondering. what if an SSL certificate that secured multiple top level domains and used only 1 IP address was purchase - like this -
Posted by michee.lengronne on November 26, 2012 at 1:06pm
I would like to know what do we have to install and configure on remote web-servers to use the Pack module on BOA ?
I would like to have the possibility of load-balancing each site I want with BOA.