As the name of our organization has changed, we would like to change the site title of our Confluence page, which will of course change the server base URL. If we change this, however, all of the links within the space, which link to other articles in the space, will be broken. Is there a way to update site title URL in all the links in a space that point to the current site title URL (and of course not modify external links which do not point to the space)?
If you created the links like this then there should not be an issue. Confluence handles the link creation and they will change dynamically
However, if you inserted the links this way then they will not change automatically and you will need to fix those.
In that case you will be making an XML back-up so you can use Option 1 from How Do I replace all 'hard' links to my old Base URL:
Create a site XML backup and perform a find/replace or sed to change the old URL to the new URL. The chances for a false positive match in sed are very low for matching URLs, but if you want to confirm all changes, you can use vi or vim for the find/replace. This option will replace content in historical page versions.
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