[pmwiki-users] Transferring pmWiki installations

Simon nzskiwi at gmail.com
Sun Dec 16 23:34:18 CST 2012

You can pretty much move it lock stock and barrel.
Just check your web server settings and make sure in config.php ScriptUrl

I run a dev/test/backup version at home under windows, and live version on
a debian server no worries.
I keep the two synced (live -> home [wiki.d and uploads]) using Allway
Sync<http://allwaysync.com/>via ftp automatically each night (great
way to backup).

On 17 December 2012 17:00, Atul Vaidya <atulmv at hotmail.co.uk> wrote:

> Hello All,
> I am a newbie when it comes to pmWiki.  I have installed it on my local
> WAMP server and am very very impressed.  I plan to use pmWiki as a
> documentation source for a software service. Would it be possible to create
> the entire documentation content on my computer (Windows 7 32 bit) and then
> transfer the entire installation to my server (CentOS 64 bit) or am I
> liable to run into too many issues.  If my understanding is right pmWiki is
> file based so there are no database issues involved.  I assume I would have
> to lift the entire installation and then reinstall it on my server.  I am
> setting up a subdomain for the documentation so I would also need to change
> some folder path settings.  Is this doable or am I shooting for the
> impossible. I would much appreciate any help and tips.
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