Project notes for a forgetful mind
So we launch the main site tomorrow. Our DNS provider is Network Solutions. All of the current sites are singular sites. Using tracert I found the old site is 126.96.36.199 and our new site is listed on the Domains section of the Production environment. We deploy to Production and make a DNS A record pointing the coopercenter.org to our new IP address.
C:\Users\miles>tracert coopercenter.org This is the ip address for the old site. 188.8.131.52
The other sites all have the same IP address as they all get directed to a single apache server and then dished out to different Drupal sites. I now have ssh access to these sites so tomorrow I plan to tweak the CSS a bit.
Main site - coopercenter.org 184.108.40.206 ceps.coopercenter.org - Economic Policy csr.coopercenter.org - Survey Research certification.coopercenter.org - Constitutional officers cert sei.coopercenter.org - Lead trainings sorenseninstitute.org - Political leadership uip.coopercenter.org - university internship programs x vig.coopercenter.org - Virginia Institute of gov 220.127.116.11 demographics.coopercenter.org - Demographics 18.104.22.168
mysqldump -u root certification | gzip > cert1.sql.gz scp cert1.sql.gz firstname.lastname@example.org:./cert1.sql.gz drush @uvacooper.dev ah-db-import --db=certification --drop --force cert1.sql.gz
The manual transfer didn’t fix the database issues. So I need to add the needed credentials for MySQL to be happy. Change the settings under mysqladmin in the my.cnf file. You get to it in preferences in DevDesktop. I think it is what creates the settings.php file used for imports etc.
[mysqladmin] user=root port=33067 socket=”/Applications/DevDesktop/mysql/data/mysql.sock”
Change this to the user password in Acquia under the certification database [mysqladmin] user=*** password=** port=33067 socket=”/Applications/DevDesktop/mysql/data/mysql.sock”
mysql –user=root –password=1f1w@rm@n –database=uvacooperdb158253 root 1f1w@rm@n