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  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2001
    Phoenix, Arizona

    Changing all IP addresses on Raq

    Provider is changing all IP addresses. Has anyone went through this experince before and have any tips?

    Have both a Raq 3 and a 4i..... Each box has appx. 100 sites on it, but only using a total of 5 IPs .



  2. #2
    I am not sure if there is an automated way of doing it but I had the same thing done to me too and I had to manually change all the IP addresses of each site one by one. But it was okay since I only have 10 sites to begin with.

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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2002
    Cleveland, Oh USA
    Does the RaQ GUI look back to the config files for info when it is updating a site? You can do a mass IP change in the httpd.conf file if you use VI (I bet you can do it with other editors too.. but I know VI). But if there is another database that has the info storesd... this wouldn't help...

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Oct 2001
    noperoonie, it has pgsql databases,

    I did this a long long long time ago when I had my raQs (before i was wise enough to write my own cp and move to more cost-effective white-boxes)

    we wrote perl (not php) scripts to update the dbs, httpd.conf, /etc/proftpd and /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0* files

    If i had the scripts still i would have sent em to you but i had no use for em and they are gone

    However, im sure a simple pgsql command can do it for ya and then manually edit proftpd and (might have to edit httpd.conf)
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