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How to configure configure git when there are multiples sites running in a droplet?

  • Posted March 19, 2013

I’ve followed the git tutorials and the multiple-sites-in-1-droplet tutorial from DigitalOCean and now my sites are in var/www/site1 var/www/site2

Then I’m assuming I need to create my git repos inside these folders And when these git repos are created, how can I make a push from my laptop to these repos?

I guess is something like this (in my laptop git console): git remote add origin ssh://my_username@199.99.999.999/var/www/site1.git But I got a “Connect to host port 22 refused. The remote end hung up.”

Where 199.99.999.999 is my websites IP. I don’t use a domain name, because I have multiple sites and the DNS are not already set until I finish a hosting transition.

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks a lot.

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I actually have a rather non-conventional setup. My documentroots are in /home/git/public_html/<site>/, but that’s purely personal preference. <br> <br>Gitolite is a great too with pretty good documentation.

Thanks Jason <br> <br>I didn;t know about gitolite. Where are your sites? Inside var/www ? <br>

My setup, using gitolite, has the documentroot for my sites controlled with git to a subdirectory within /home/git. I find it easier to work with things that way. <br> <br>If you want to do it all manually, without gitolite, you can just do “git init --bare” wherever you’d like, to create a repository.