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Re: Server name shortcut in Apache2

From: J.P.Jarolim <junk.mail_at_inode.at>
Date: 2004-03-04 21:09:06 CET

Please take not to use standard error files in this subdomain.
I expirienced a "major-svn-lock-nogo-why-the-heck-isnt-it-adding-files"
after putting in a 404 Error file in the virtual host.
Svn needs to get a 404 (and mybe the other error-messages) to see if a file
is existant.
just my 5 cents,

Johannes Jarolim

John Peacock <jpeacock@rowman.com> wrote:

> R. Welz wrote:
>
>> Befor reading the "DNS and BIND 9" Manual can someone tell me if is
>> is possible at all to get a subdomain / shortcut for
>> 192.168.1.11/svn/trunk so that I have left:
>> http://subversion.localhost ?
>>
>
> Not as such. You can map subversion.somedomain (don't use localhost
> as a top level domain) to the IP address 192.168.1.11. Then you
> could create a <virtualhost> entry that contains the appropriate
> configuration:
>
> NameVirtualHost 192.168.1.11
> <VirtualHost 192.168.1.11>
> ServerName subversion.somedomain
> <Location />
> DAV svn
> SVNPath /absolute/path/to/svn/trunk
> </Location>
> </VirtualHost>
>
> something like that (not tested). FWIW, I use .internal as my fake
> TLD. No I cannot tell you the appropriate BIND config lines to
> enable this; I have long since switched to tinydns and have helpfully
> forgotten the baroque BIND file notation.
>
> HTH
>
> John

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