(Answer) (Category) LON-CAPA User Help : (Category) Server System Administration :
What is a LON-CAPA domain?
A LON-CAPA domain is a collection of load-balancing institutional machines forming a cluster of LON-CAPA servers. It has nothing to do with the many other meanings for the word "domain", such as "domain names" like "loncapa.org", or Windows file server domains.
If you are installing a LON-CAPA server for testing purposes, it is safe to create your own domain name for testing. You should ask the person running a real domain before adding your computer to their domain.
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