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Multisite config

Multisite config

Friday 16 May 2003 10:39:01 am - 5 replies

Hay, i setting up two sites in one Ez Publish installation (which was quite simple and well explained, thanks to Bard). I consern about cache files and storage filder (generaly about whole 'var' folder ) - should i make them seprate for the sites? At the moment they are the same and i don't see any problems... What is your recomendation?

Modified on Friday 16 May 2003 10:39:30 am by mikle mikle

Friday 16 May 2003 11:55:11 am

I don't see any problems that could occur by using the same var on several sites (at least not as long both sites are using the same database).

Saturday 17 May 2003 12:09:27 am

what if they are using separate databases?

M.

Sunday 18 May 2003 7:28:40 pm

I'm not sure what would happen, but I will recomend you to have separate var directories if you have different databases.

Sunday 18 May 2003 11:32:02 pm

I can see that in the var/cache/content directory you can easily create a new directory for the new site. I assume the system will automatically use this for caching the new site.

It is easy to copy the entire var directory and make a new one for the new site, but where would one establish the setting that would tell the system that this new site is to use this entirely new directory?

Monday 19 May 2003 12:53:06 am

> but where would one establish the setting that would tell the system
> that this new site is to use this entirely new directory?

these settings are described here:
Multi site configuration, http://ez.no/manual/install/multisite

i'm using one ezp installation for multiple sites, with multiple databases, and this works AFAICT. mind though that modfix.sh and clearcache.sh ignore these new directories in var/; you'll have to do those tasks manually. you'll also have to create the new storage/* tree(s) yourself.

hth,

jeroen.

Modified on Monday 19 May 2003 1:20:15 am by Jeroen van Gorkum

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