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Nginx backed git http(s) server
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gitserver-http

A git server with Nginx as the HTTP frontend and fast cgi wrapper for running the git http backend

Usage

To run a git server without any repositories configured in advance but allowing them to be saved into ./repositories:

  docker run \
    -d  \                                 # deamonize
    -v `pwd`/repositories:/var/lib/git \  # mount the volume
    -p "8080:80" \                        # expose the port 
    cirocosta/gitserver-http

Now, initialize a bare repository:

  cd repositories
  git init --bare repos/myrepo.git

and then, just clone it somewhere else:

  cd /tmp
  git clone http://localhost/repos/myrepo.git
  cd myrepo

Pre-Initialization

Git servers work with bare repositories. This image provides the utility of initializing some pre-configured repositories in advance. Just add them to /var/lib/git and then run the container with -init. For instance, having the tree:

  .
  └── repositories
  └── initial
      └── initial
          └── repo1
              └── file.txt

and then executing

  docker run \
    -d  \                                 # deamonize
    -v `pwd`/initial:/var/lib/initial \   # mount the initial volume
    -p "8080:80" \                        # expose the port 
    cirocosta/gitserver-http              # start git server and init repositories

will allow you to skip the git init --bare step and start with the repositories pre-"installed" there:

  git clone http://localhost/initial/repo1.git
  cd repo1 && ls
  # file.txt

Example

to run the example:

  make example

This will create a git server http service on :80. Now you can clone the sample repository:

  git clone http://localhost/initial/repo1.git
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