We have a Windows XP server running Trac and SVN. We also have an Ubuntu server running Bitnami.
On the XP box, we have Trac Project A and an SVN Repo.
On Ubuntu we have Trac Project B, SVN installed, but no repo.
We need to decommission the XP server and migrate Trac Project A and the SVN repo onto the Ubuntu server to sit alongside the existing Trac Project B without disturbing it.
I should be ok migrating SVN, as I have found this link, and this process seems to be working smoothly.
From what I have read so far, I think that we probably need a second Trac environment (instance?) since the user base of Project A and Project B will be different, unless it is possible to load a second Trac projects along side an existing project in a single environment but with separate users.
Please can anyone advise if there are any guidelines that I can follow to achieve my aim? (I found this link, of someone trying to do the opposite, but without the complication of the two trac instances)
The versions are as follows:
Windows XP (local PC):
- Windows Trac 0.12.1
- Trac Plugins: autocompleteusers; tracaccountmanager 0.4dev-r0; tracxmlrpc 1.1.2-r0
- svn, version 1.6.1 (r37116) compiled Apr 9 2009, 14:52:44 - Copyright (C) 2000-2009 CollabNet.
Ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS (Cloud image - Azure):
- Bitnami Trac 1.0.13
- Trac Plugins: TracAccountManager 0.3.2; TracAutocompleteUsersPlugin 0.4.4.dev0
- svn, version 1.9.4 (r1740329) compiled Oct 17 2016, 11:01:29 - Copyright (C) 2016 The Apache Software Foundation.