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comment Git Server Like GitHub?
The installation process is in the process of being heavily simplified and made less "Rails-y". There's also an automated installer for CentOS servers (and a prebuilt appliance) available at the Install Gitorious page at getgitorious.com.
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accepted Simplest way to set up multiple subdomains to separate VMs running on single host
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comment Simplest way to set up multiple subdomains to separate VMs running on single host
Gotcha, so since all the VMs are sharing the same ports they cannot simply be port forward but need to be bridged to separate IP adresses. This helped things click for me, thanks!
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comment Simplest way to set up multiple subdomains to separate VMs running on single host
Thanks, things are starting to click for me. So in essence, as long as I have more than port 80 to handle, and outside clients are using the same ports on each and every VM, then port forwarding won't work and so each VM needs to be mapped to a separate public IP adress. Gotcha.
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comment Simplest way to set up multiple subdomains to separate VMs running on single host
Ahh right. So any subdomain resolution doesn't happen until I've actually gotten to the host system. Once there Apache virtual hosts can take care of the http part of the equation but other traffic like ssh: and git: has no where else to go but the actual port they've already hit on the host machine.
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comment Simplest way to set up multiple subdomains to separate VMs running on single host
So in other words, using subdomains to route to each VM via the host system is a complete non-starter?
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comment Simplest way to set up multiple subdomains to separate VMs running on single host
Starting to refresh my memory on vhosts, however the problem still remains that traffic is not just HTTP, I need to route stuff like the git: protocol correctly as well. Would this make the scenario a non-starter? (In my mind Apache only takes care of the http traffic part of the problem, or am I mistaken?)
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