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Multidomainsupport?! Plesk and its Limits?!

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by darki777, May 5, 2008.

  1. darki777

    darki777 Guest

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    Hi,
    how can i use Plesk for Muldidomain functionality (i need it for my CMS)?! An Example: Domain1.com goes to the physical path ......./cms/ and the Domain2.com also to ......./cms/ how can I realize that?

    The Problem is, Plesk creates for every Domain a separate directory like "......./domain1.com/cms/" and "......./domain2.com/cms/", how can i solve this?

    Greetings, darki
     
  2. danliker

    danliker Silver Pleskian Plesk Certified Professional

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    just add an domain alias to the domain1.com named domain2.com
     
  3. darki777

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    Hi danliker,
    thank you for this information, but i cant do that, because domain1 and domain2 has different email accounts, users, etc. is there no solution to mount the two domains to the same physical path on the host? With the "Alias" Solution, i need to delete one of the two domains first, before i can use domain1 or domain2 as alias, but this deletes also all my domain data (emailaccounts, ftpaccounts, etc.), do you understand my problem? Sry for my bad english ;)

    Greetings, darki
     
  4. darki777

    darki777 Guest

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    Is nobody here with the same problem?

    Greetings, darki
     
  5. Geoff Riley

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    As a suggestion: could you set it up so that although there are two copies of the CMS files, they share one database?
     
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