[wp-hackers] managing several MU installations

Vinicius Massuchetto viniciusandre at gmail.com
Sun Dec 13 16:29:45 UTC 2009

I wonder why would you need several wpmu installations.
Are them on the same server and installed for the same purpose?

You can configure what and how to show information on different
"homes", and you can categorize blogs as well through blog options
table. I imagine that in only one installation.

I believe that you can schedule SQL processes to sync data between
options tables in your case, once I think it would be inconsistent to
make multiple wpmu installations to use the same options table
throught pure PHP code.

Vinícius Massuchetto

On Sun, Dec 13, 2009 at 10:00 AM, Nuno Morgadinho
<nuno.morgadinho at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a scenario with several (> 10) WPMU installations and it is
> becoming quite a pain to administer them all individually. What
> happens is, although they have different content, the configuration
> must obey certain rules, i.e. should be the same across all installs.
> So what I end up having to do is replicate the configuration if I
> change something, even if in just one of them.
> Is there something that allows from a central interface to manage
> several MUs? Or some kind of central configuration server?
> If not, what would be the best approach to implement something like
> that? Any ideas?
> Thanks,
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> Nuno Morgadinho
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