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OpenShift Cookbook by Shekhar Gulati

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Renaming a domain using rhc

Following the creation of a domain, you might need to rename it. Let's suppose you want to rename your existing name to reflect its environment. For instance, you may rename the osbook domain name to devosbook in order to indicate devosbook as your development environment.

Getting ready

To complete this recipe, you will need to have rhc installed on your machine. Please refer to the Installing the OpenShift rhc command-line client recipe in Chapter 1, Getting Started with OpenShift, for instructions.

How to do it…

To rename a domain, open a new command-line terminal and run the following command. You should provide a unique, new domain name:

$ rhc rename-domain <old_domain_name> <new_domain_name>

How it works…

To rename ...

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