* 1 stand-alone self-hosted WP blog a.com
* 1 multisite self-hosted WP blog with three domains b.org (main), c.net, d.info
I decided to finally incorporate the old a.com into my multisite setup.
I didn't fiddle with DNS settings, as it works just fine adding a new domain new.b.org to /etc/hosts on both server and client. new.b.org installed fine, and I shaped it as planned.
Then I changed the apache configuration to let a.com point to my mulstisite install, and restarted. I added a.com in WP and made it a primary domain.
From my point of view, all these steps are just PITA, since I don't want subdomains, but real domains. Therefore I want to get rid of the initial new.b.org and just retain a.com, just the way I did with my other three domains.
This obviously involves poking around in all option pages, but somehow I just can't get rid of it entirely this time. In the admin panel, the Web Sites menu still retains new.b.org, although all references to new.b.org are wiped from the database (I did a thorough grep of a dump), except for a text string referencing a google search on new.b.org in the panel prefs (which possibly can't be the culprit).
What am I missing here? Where should I go to kill the last instance of new.b.org?