Multiple Redmine instances accessing a single DB?

Added by Michael Sanders almost 10 years ago

I am looking in to ways of making the Issues module of a Redmine installation available to outside users while allowing internal users to access full functionality, including repository browsing, etc.

I am thinking in terms of the following architecture:

Server 1 (inside firewall)
- redmine, using DB hosted on server 2
- svn

Server 2 (in DMZ)
- redmine, accessible to external users
- redmine DB (MySQL or PostgreSQL)

Both instances of Redmine (on server 1 and server 2) would be pointed at the same DB running on server 2. Users accessing Redmine on Server 2 would be limited to the ticketing system. Users accessing Redmine via server 1 would get the full works (ticketing, wiki, svn integration
etc.)

The reason for considering this (somewhat unorthodox) set up is that I do not wish either to host our SVN repository in the DMZ or punch a hole in the firewall so a Redmine server in the DMZ could access the SVN repository.

Could this work? Or would there be issues having two instances of Redmine use the same DB tables?

Thanks,
Michael

Replies (1)

RE: Multiple Redmine instances accessing a single DB? - Added by Fabio Peruzzo 8 months ago

Hi Michael,
did you succeed in your test? I'm searching too for a similar possibility.

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