[wp-hackers] How to sync/mirror 2 WP multisite installs using one database?
Dion Hulse (dd32)
wordpress at dd32.id.au
Fri May 27 12:23:11 UTC 2011
Refer to the first part of my email on how i'd do it with a singular
install.. The latter was how I've seen someone setup something similar..
which I really don't recommend you do.
On 27 May 2011 21:41, Claudio Simeone <mrbrog at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2011/5/27 Dion Hulse (dd32) <wordpress at dd32.id.au>:
> > Are they using Subdomains? Sub Directories?, or Mapped domains?
> Subdirectories, but a the moment the site is not yet finished.
> I have to transform an existing WP "normal" install to multisite.
> > This is all theoretical, I've not had to do it, and I doubt many others
> > have.. the closest i've seen to what you're asking for, is 2 seperate
> > databases, and the posts/terms/taxonomy tables being sync'd accross.. The
> > sites table was different on both servers for their individual
> > there was some replacing during the sync for the admin subdomain to the
> > public subdomains.. I didn't play with the config, just fix a few plugin
> > issues.. but I do believe they were having constant data sync issues..
> It is the solutions I was thinking to: 2 separate databases (and 2
> separate wp installs) and a script that every night syncs the
> front-end with backend, replacing all urls.
> But I was wondering if there is an alternative solution, maybe with
> one single WP install.
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