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#1 10-11-2018 15:57:31

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Multi-Site documentation

Is there any documentation on Multi-site and what that means, how it is set up, what is shared between sites?


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#2 10-12-2018 12:18:35

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Re: Multi-Site documentation

This is an article concerning MultiSite in the K9 manual (dev version, currently being worked on):

https://kryptronic.com/DEVMANUAL/Common … tiSite.php

If MultiSite is not configured server-side (domains set up, correct .htaccess rules), this forum post outlines how to do it:

https://forum.kryptronic.com/viewtopic.php?id=33563


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#3 10-12-2018 18:30:24

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Re: Multi-Site documentation

Is there any way to do this without changing the apache virtual host file?  Due to security reasons, our host wont do that update and I don't have access to change it. 



we have a new domain that lives on the same server account as our primary domain that currently runs K9.  and hence has direct access to both the {public} and {private} directories.    So close, yet so far.

We tried adding the new domain as an alias to the primary domain, but that didn't work.


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#4 10-14-2018 20:34:14

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Re: Multi-Site documentation

Turns out the alias DID work.  we had some code in htaccess that was causing the problem.


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#5 10-16-2018 07:36:37

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Re: Multi-Site documentation

Is there any way to do this without changing the apache virtual host file?  Due to security reasons, our host wont do that update and I don't have access to change it.

Only if the Apache server is configured out of the box to support proxy via SSL.


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#6 10-16-2018 08:42:45

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Re: Multi-Site documentation

I got the multi-site working by doing the following:

domain1.com - primary domain where V9 is installed
domain2.com - created as an alias in cpanel to domain1.com
both are on a "shared server" type environment with full ssl

removed any hard references to domain1.com in the .htaccess file in domain1.com webroot.


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#7 10-17-2018 07:34:07

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Re: Multi-Site documentation

I'm assuming your using a wildcard SSL on the domain account which covers all domains and aliases pointed to it.  Is that correct?


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#8 10-17-2018 10:11:30

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Re: Multi-Site documentation

I haven't a clue as to the implementation of SSL at this host. But  they use "Let's Encrypt" and "cPanel's AutoSSL"  to encrypt every site that they host.   

Maybe that means something to you?


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#9 10-18-2018 07:17:51

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Re: Multi-Site documentation

I imagine those services are generating wildcard certs, or the server is set up to serve multiple certs on the same account.  I'm not sure the latter is possible, so I'm guessing wildcart certs.  Thank you.


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