I had to move a network to another host. I got new hosting and recreated the network there. The url was obviously <defaultcustomerurl>. In the host’s admin I had this <defaultcustomerurl> as domain. I added the to-move domain in order to create mailboxes.
Then I moved the domain from the old host to the new and connected the domain to the hosting, but this didn’t bring up the WP network, but some default index.html of the host, located in the ‘tree’ of <defaultcustomerurl> and not <mydomain>.
In the network I have a main site and 6 subsites, 4 of which I’m going to domain map as soon as these domains have moved as well. I wondered what would happen if I changed <defaultcustomerurl> to <mydomain> in the WP settings and to my surprise, it didn’t break the site. So I did the same for the main site which of course did break the site (including admin).
Since, I’ve changed the url in wp-config, I’ve went into the database to change the urls there, but now every site except the one of which I had changed the url in WordPress, gives a database error.
I’m sure I miss something, but what…?
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