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SSO Relay still going to localhost.localdomain after hostname change

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by elmartinez, Feb 28, 2010.

  1. elmartinez

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    So I've researched this problem extensively on these forums and on Google, but I have not been able to solve this problem.

    To give you a short run down of what I've done.

    - I made sure to change my hostname to my FQDN.
    - Changed all three entries in the psa.misc table to read https://mydomain.com + their ports
    - I have correctly configured my SSO server to use https://mydomain.com instead of localhost.localdomain.

    However, when I go to Plesk Billing, which requires the SSO Relay, it still sends me to https://localhost.localdomain:11444/relay. From what I can gather, either this web URL is being cached somewhere in Plesk/PHP OR I am missing a configuration point that I have not yet been able to find on the internet or these forums.

    Does anyone know what I'm missing to make this work? Any help is appreciated. Thank you.
     
  2. IgorG

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  3. elmartinez

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    Thanks, but the problem still persists.
     
  4. elmartinez

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    Bump. Does anyone have a different solution to my problem?
     
  5. Big Jon

    Big Jon Guest

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    similar issue

    Ive had this similar issue. I ended up having to reinstall my os, and plesk panel, and plesk billing. I probably didnt have to, but when you first set everything up it sets the original host name you set in several places and when you change it, you have to find every spot where the old host name is recorded and change it there too. Basically its easier just to backup all your files and databases and start from scratch. Hope this helps.
     
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