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Rename website domain

Is there a way through CyberPanel to rename a website domain?

For example, I'm developing on dev.mysite.com and want to rename the website (change the domain) in CyberPanel to www.mysite.com when I'm ready to go live.

Comments

  • This is currently not possible.
  • I assume this would be possible with Litespeed alone, editing vhosts, but isn't possible through CyberPanel?

    Unfortunate, is there a formal way to request things on the roadmap? I'd like to add this and multiple IP support to the list.

  • Are there any manual workarounds for manually renaming web domains?
  • If You are a developer you should know that any production website needs a staging environment. So what the point in renaming the virtualhost? You will lose the staging ..

    So, dunno if this feature is available but as a rule of thumb, always keep staging+production :)
  • @sfantini exactly! I was hoping to take a server snapshot and deploy it as production making the domain change.
  • edited May 25
    I also would love this as a feature. Being able to rename a domain would help so much with building a dev site when the live site is on another server.
    Even pointing sub.domain.com using an A record is the same as using a temp domain -- we're still stuck creating a new domain before going live on CyberPanel, moving vhost files, databases etc.

    Edit: Wonder if this would work with rewrites in Magento 2
    https://cyberpanel.net/docs/wordpress-staging-feature/
    where we could enter the domain (still points to server 1) and clone to subdomain (point A record to server 2, CyberPanel server), build the site on the staging child domain and clone it back to the main domain to finally point DNS from server 1 to server 2 with the new IP/CyberPanel site). Hmmm....
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