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From "Antonio Vieiro (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (INFRA-16011) NETBEANS - github repository with multi-domain setup
Date Mon, 19 Feb 2018 19:29:00 GMT


Antonio Vieiro commented on INFRA-16011:

Hi Daniel,

Sorry for the late reply, we're overwhelmed here.

Please let me rephrase what we are trying to do:

- In a single github repository ( we
will create some scripts to generate _static_ content. This is plain HTML, images, css, etc.
- This static content will be generated in different output directories: "",
"", etc.
- We would like to set up an Apache Web Server with different _virtual hosts_ (to be defined
by configuration), each virtual host will have a root directory corresponding to the previously
generated output directories.

What we need to know:
- How do we configure the web server? Is there any way to gain access
to the server configuration? We would like to set up virtual hosts there (virtual hosts only,
we'll handle DNS aliases later on).
- How can we transfer the generated output directories to the web server? rsync? ftp? shared
- If we set up a continuous build system for our github repository, can the continuous build
system transfer content to the web server? If so, how is authentication/authorization handled
in the continuous build system?


P.S.: Please bear with me as I'm a newbie in all Apache internals :-)

> NETBEANS - github repository with multi-domain setup
> ----------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: INFRA-16011
>                 URL:
>             Project: Infrastructure
>          Issue Type: Task
>          Components: DNS, Github, Website
>            Reporter: Antonio Vieiro
>            Priority: Major
> Hi,
> We would like to create some directories in this repository:
> Each one of these directories will correspond to some DNS subdomains:
> - (for  the website)
> - (will be in the future)
> - (will be in the future)
> - maybe some other * subdomains in the future.
> We would like to know:
> 1. How to integrate this repository structure with our web server (maybe there's a guide
somewhere? can we have different virtual hosts in our web server?).
> 2. If .htaccess files are enabled (we may need these for doing HTTP 301 redirections),
or how to enable them.
> 3. Also, do we need to host the content in the github repo itself or can we generate
it and upload it somewhere?
> Thanks!
> Antonio (NetBeans)

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