On 3/10/2011 12:59 PM, Daniel F. Garcia wrote:
> I have an apache server that has an alias of *.mydomain.com. What I want is to setup svn paths that switch to different repositories according to the subdomain. E.g.
> http://subdomain1.mydomain.com/svn -> /var/svn/subdomain1
> http://subdomain2.mydomain.com/svn -> /var/svn/subdomain2
> http://subdomain2.mydomain.com/svn -> /var/svn/subdomain3
> I setup a repository that used the SVNParentPath directive, then had a bunch of mod_rewrite rules to do all the mapping. I almost got it working. It worked in a web browser and repo browser but I could not do a checkout.
> Any ideas for a different approach? Has anyone done this successfully?
> Daniel F Garcia
I don't use SVNParentPath because I have a limited number of
repositories and don't add them on a regular basis. Instead I use
Note that VirtualHost directives are incompatible with https: access
because the destination host name is encrypted with the rest of the
packet data and Apache can't decrypt the packets before directing them.
David Chapman dcchapman_at_acm.org
Chapman Consulting -- San Jose, CA
Received on 2011-03-10 22:21:00 CET