[et-mgmt-tools] [PATCH] cobbler - add arch to repo definition to override default arch for reposync
mdehaan at redhat.com
Thu Jun 7 18:50:00 UTC 2007
Perry Myers wrote:
> For using cobbler to synchronize repositories via reposync, the default arch is always used which makes syncing with multiple arches not possible. (For example to grab the src repos)
> To change this I added a --arch flag that can be used to override the default reposync arch. If yumdownloader is used (in the case of using rpm_list to restrict the packages downloaded) --source is passed on the command line if --arch==src. This allows source packages to be retrieved, but I don't know how to override yumdownloader to do architectures other than the current system arch. Comments on this appreciated...
> Signed-off-by: Perry Myers (pmyers at redhat.com)
This looks good to me (thanks again) ... can you also submit a patch for
docs/cobbler.pod (which is the manpage src) that describes when to use
--arch (see the place where I've added docs for --createrepo-flags)?
It may be possible to control yumdownloader by editing the configuration
files for the repos (stored in the ".origin" directory), ex:
/var/www/cobbler/repo_mirror/.origin/fc6i386extras.repo ... I'm not
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