GitLab alongside Wordpress

  • Posted October 30, 2014

I am trying to get GitLab and I want to install Wordpress alongside it. The way I would like it to be configured is to have the web access of GitLab be through “” and the web access of Wordpress to be “” and “”. I’ve been looking around to see if there was a way to use sub-domains this way, but I haven’t found anything to fit this scenario. I just destroyed my last droplet and I’m starting scratch from the One-Click Install of GitLab.

If anyone has any tutorials I may have missed or any help with this, it would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you for your time, AlphaIrri


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a 2nd vhost with passenger enabled and configured, pointing to the RAILS project folder (where the Gemfile is kept) would do the job. Another method would be to use mod_proxy and have GitLab listen on the loopback, and serve out via the apache mod_proxy.

passenger would be best, in my opinion.

here’s an article on how to use passenger with gitlab