Alright, So i'm confused & out of ideas.
I'm trying to replace all the old IP addresses with a new one.
find -type f | grep \.php$ | xargs sed -r -i "s/(\'|\")(localhost|127.0.0.1|10.0.32.4|10.0.32.5)(\'|\")/\"10.0.32.165\"/g"
I'm trying to find, all the PHP files, and replace any of the following (localhost, 127.0.0.1, 10.0.32.4, 10.0.32.5) with 10.0.32.165.
find * | grep \.php$ | xargs egrep "(\'|\")(localhost|127.0.0.1|10.0.32.4|10.0.32.5)(\'|\")"
After the first command is run, I want to make sure there's no traces of old values left, so i run the above command, but it unfortunately returns
siteeval/application/libraries/fetcher.url.class.php: $this->host = "10.0.32.4";
Anyone see what i'm doing wrong? or maybe can clue me into a better way of doing this?