If you discontinue the primary domain and the hosting account expires, then they(billing or live support) typically remind you about the other domain(s) on the account. If the domain is NOT hosting a website, then they will convert the account to a domain-only account. If you intend to KEEP the domain AND the hosting, then the primary would need to be changed to something else. It is not necessary to make the secondary domain into the primary, but if you do, then yes, the files would need to moved into the public_html folder (where the primary domain files need to reside). Otherwise, you just need something to hold the place of the primary domain and keep the account appropriately named (use a domain name that belongs to you). The reason you should use a valid domain name as the primary domain is because someone might try to register it, and then it may conflict with your account. Of course, this just depends on the current primary domain name - if it's fairly obscure, then chances are that no one would register it. The main point is that if you're hosting the secondary site, you need to maintain the account - it doesn't necessarily have to be made the primary domain on the account.
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