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Re: Creating more than one repo

From: Tom Mornini <tmornini_at_engineyard.com>
Date: 2006-09-29 19:14:43 CEST

I didn't see the original email, but I just setup a system where the
URLs are:

   http://repo.company.com/

and

   https://repo.company.com/

A domain wide SSL certificate will allow this without problem.

On an interesting side note, this system is run load balanced across
several HTTP servers with FSFS repos on a Red Hat Cluster System GFS
filesystem.

Working like a charm so far!

On Sep 29, 2006, at 10:07 AM, Kenneth Porter wrote:

> --On Thursday, September 28, 2006 6:00 PM -0400 Kris Deugau
> <kdeugau@vianet.ca> wrote:
>
>> You'll have to do one of:
>>
>> -> Set up each site on separate IPs, so that services like SVN can
>> properly match access to different sites to the matching back-end
>> data.
>> -> Switch to HTTP access (please note, not HTTPS, as that will
>> just dump
>> you back where you started). This is probably the best long-term
>> option.
>> -> Rethink your repository structures so that you embed the
>> repository
>> name in the svn:// url somewhere after the domain name part.
>
> Or run separate servers on different ports. (This would also
> address the HTTPS limitation.) The downside is that you have to
> explicitly specify the port in the URL.
>
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