Run a public and private loggerhead config on one server

Asked by Eric Ferraiuolo on 2009-04-24

Just got loggerhead working today for a private repository on my VPS (which has only 256mb or RAM). It's sitting behind an Apache 2 proxy with SSL and Basic Auth turned on.

I also, on the same server, have a public bzr repo which I would also like to expose a loggerhead front-end to. I'm wondering what the best approach is to having separate loggerhead exposing two repos, one public, and one private.

e.g.
https://private.example.com
http://public.example.com

I currently have the /etc/init.d/loggerhead script that will start a start-loggerhead process using the /etc/loggerhead.conf for it's configuration. Is there a way using just configuration to expose two separate loggerhead—views of a repository? The reason I'm stressing public and private is that the public loggerhead URL can not expose anything in the private repo.

I'm hoping there would be a way to do this without having running two start-loggerhead processes on the machine with their own config as I've notice this process sucks up 15%-20% of my VPS' memory.

Any insights or suggestions to this would be appreciated.

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2009-04-24
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2009-05-04

Sorry for leaving this for so long.

If you use a serve-branches based approach, you can do something like have both "private" and "public" directories in /srv/bzrroot and proxing https://private.example.com to localhost:8080/private and http://public.example.com/ to localhost:8080/public. There's no way of doing this through pure configuration for a start-loggerhead approach, although it would be possible with some coding.

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