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comment How do one run PHP-FPM on subdomain?
You don't have to do anything for PHP to process files on a particular domain, you only have to instruct your webserver to pass files to PHP in each vhost where you want PHP to be handled. PHP-FPM doesn't concern itself with what domain it's serving PHP for.
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reviewed Looks OK Apache2 enable .ini mod in /etc/php5/mods-available
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comment Using gitlab behind Apache proxy all generated urls are wrong
Also the real problem seems to be that you need to regenerate the gitlab config after changing gitlab.rb
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comment Using gitlab behind Apache proxy all generated urls are wrong
Of course @ahmeij you need to configure whichever web server you choose. My point is that there's no hard requirement to have two, especially if one of your complaints is being unable to start it due to port conflict.
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answered Using gitlab behind Apache proxy all generated urls are wrong
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comment Using gitlab behind Apache proxy all generated urls are wrong
By "documentation" I mean various documents telling you how to configure gitlab. For instance, in the installation docs (github.com/gitlabhq/gitlabhq/blob/master/doc/install/…), one can read that you're supposed to copy gitlab.yml.example and then edit it to replace "localhost" by the fully qualified domain name of your server.
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comment Using gitlab behind Apache proxy all generated urls are wrong
Also the setting is in gitlab.yml as per the documentation, when you set the host: field. Make sure you're also sending proper proxying headers.
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comment Using gitlab behind Apache proxy all generated urls are wrong
Why aren't you just proxying using Apache?
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comment Bash Script to Compress / Transfer / Remove Log Files
I would definitely use logrotate for this
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reviewed Looks OK Is it acceptable (or possible) to use an IP Address as a nameserver entry for a domain name?
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reviewed Reviewed Where should I put my web app so it is private by default but accessible through subdomains?
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