I have an issue with my Apache config, specifically how it interacts with the SVN DAV mod.
What I want to be able to do is have
domain.com point at my website,
svn.domain.com to point at my svn directory (which is currently outside of my public_html directory) and for both to be accessible via https.
I've got it working for the most part, but if I set up an explicit VirtualHost for the
svn subdomain, it stops the svn application from being able to access the repositories (instead just getting a "repository moved permanently" error), I can browse the repos ok.
my config looks something like:
<VirtualHost *:443> ServerName domain.com ServerAlias www.domain.com svn.domain.com DocumentRoot /path/to/website/dir ... #stuff for SSL cert etc. </VirtualHost> <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName domain.com ServerAlias www.domain.com DocumentRoot /path/to/website/dir ... </VirtualHost> <Location /repo> DAV svn SVNPath /path/to/repos ... #auth details </Location>
This works mostly, but browsing to
svn.domain.com brings up my website, and browsing to
domain.com/repo brings up the repository (
svn.domain.com/repo works fine,
domain.com also works fine), potentially I'd maybe want
domain.com/repo to display a set of webpages all about my project, docs etc,
svn.domain.com would ideally point to either nothing, or a list of the repositories available or a separate page or something. I thought I'd got the hang of apache config files, but this one is stumping me!