[GeoNode-users] Installing Geonode based on domain name

Toni Schönbuchner toni.schoenbuchner at csgis.de
Tue Feb 20 12:19:23 PST 2018

Hey Paul,

can you say what did not work when chaning the Ip?
F.e.: if you run into Bad request 400 error, be sure that your local_settings.py
has the new IP set in Allowed_hosts. Next be sure that your server listens to
your new Ip … Ping it and have a look at your webserver config like
/etc/apache2/sites-available/… on Ubuntu.

If you have problems with your layers or maps loading a good start might be to check
the communication between geonode and geoserver. Use grep to search for
your old adress in geonode / geoserver dir and/or have a look which files geocode-updateip
changes: https://github.com/GeoNode/geonode/blob/2.6.x/package/support/geonode.updateip#L126 <https://github.com/GeoNode/geonode/blob/2.6.x/package/support/geonode.updateip#L126>

Not sure but if I remember correctly genode-updateip should work with a hostname as well.




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> Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2018 11:53:57 +0000
> From: Paul Knight <PaulKnight at redcross.org.uk <mailto:PaulKnight at redcross.org.uk>>
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> Subject: [GeoNode-users] Installing Geonode based on domain name
> 	rather than	ip address?
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> Hi all,
> We just had an issue recently where our servers migrated and we therefore got a new IP address, we tried using updateip to update the system to a new IP address. But it didn't update the IP address everywhere. We are now looking at reinstalling a new version of it on the new server and were wondering whether there was a way to install it based on our domain name rather than IP address as we don't know whether this IP will change in the future? I am not the most technical person so please feel free to explain concepts from scratch or rephrase the question if you think this approach is not the best!
> Looking forward to your suggestions!
> Paul

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