migrate back to a localhost.localdomain setup
I had been experimenting in a hosted/non-local setup for a few weeks when I decided to install my site locally in MAMP to a localhost.localdomain config. I have everything setup and installed but continue to run into difficulty migrating my original database over from http://buglenotes.com to http://localhost.localdomain/buglenotes. Doing a standard export/import in phpMyAdmin works as expected but in many of the db tables are absolute references to urls so, for example, clicking on Members takes me to http://buglenotes.com/members. If I create a db from scratch then it takes me to http://localhost.localdomain/buglenotes/members. Looking in the new db I see that all url’s are localhost.localdomain urls. SO…is this fixable? I’d like to be able to work with some real data locally and eventually take a localhost.localdomain db and move it seamlessly back and forth (allowing me to do scheme mods, etc and push site updates as nec. Thanks for your hep and I am happy to take this off forum (email@example.com)
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