PyLucid supports multi sites. With this feature you can server different sites with one installation, one database and one running server process.
Many information can be shared to all/some sites:
Since PyLucid v1.0 we used the Dynamic SITE ID Feature from django-tools.
This feature make it possible to serve different sites with one server instance. The SITE_ID would be set dynamic by the current Domain name.
To access the same site via different domains/sub-domains, you can define site aliases as a simple string or as a regular expression, here:
This feature is nice if you change your server, e.g:
Now, the new server is access-able via the new sub-domain, while the normal, public domain used the old server. You can check your new server and if everything works fine, change the DNS settings of your normal domain.
You can migrate a old v0.8 installation into a new v0.8 site, see: