You should be able to copy the database file and then go into the
admin UI -> Settings and change the hostname there. It's really only
used for such things as email generation, to make sure the correct
host is used in the URLs.
You probably would want to migrate your data to MySQL or something,
though. SQLite isn't really made to handle concurrency well, and will
fall over with lots of users.
On Thursday, January 13, 2011, <s...@pobox.com> wrote:
> I run RB via lighttpd on my desktop machine. It was recently swapped out
> for new hardware, and following company policy, the machine was renamed.
> Searching the files in my ~/local/servers/<hostname> directory, I found
> a couple innocuous references to my old hostname:
> and several which were in ASCII files (easily modified):
> However, I found one SQLite file which contains a reference to the old
> Can that reference be ignored? If not, how can I update that file without
> losing all my past review stuff?
> Skip Montanaro - s...@pobox.com - http://www.smontanaro.net/
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