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Migrating from http: to https:
« on: April 24, 2017, 11:44:15 AM »
What are the pitfalls in doing this with a 5 year old database? I run a network of 14 TGPs/LLs off of the one install, and it all works very nicely, or rather it did. I recently took 2 of the domains and went through all the steps to move them to https. The Let's Encrypt certificate  wasn't enough for my purposes, so I rolled everything back to http:. Both were big mistakes. One domain is just fine - no problems anywhere. The other one .. well, I had galleries that were in the build while that one was https. Even with everything rolled back - database optimzied via the Tools, manually repaired in PhpMyAdmin, templates rebuilt, it does not update when I do a Build All with New. I have to go to the page manager and build each page manually after each build. For now, it is an irritation that I can deal with.

So, what would be the best way to move this monster of a build? There are nearly 5,000 galleries in the database. I am really open to ideas here.


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Migrating from http: to https:
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