[Pulp-dev] How does the Developer Ansible Playbook Identify Dependencies?

Austin Macdonald austin at redhat.com
Mon Dec 12 17:32:46 UTC 2016

I was confused about how this works recently, so I dug around to get a
better idea. I learned some things that might be helpful to you:

   - The normal repo file is not created for some reason for f24:
   - This is where we use rpmspec to look for Requires:
   - This is where those deps are installed.

Also, I do expect the dev role to install pulp-server dependencies, but I
do not expect the pulp_server role to run on a dev system.

On Sat, Dec 10, 2016 at 1:47 PM, Brian Bouterse <bbouters at redhat.com> wrote:

> I ran into this issue [0] where vagrant up (master of pulp/devel) was not
> installing Kobo. Kobo is listed[1] as a dependency in the spec file on
> 2.10-dev, and I thought the Ansible dev playbook inspected the spec file
> for each plugin and platform and dnf installed those items. I was surprised
> when it was not installed by the Ansible playbook.
> I thought this line would do it which installs pulp-server [2] via rpm
> which should bring in kobo as a dependency.
> * Do others expect ansible dev to install pulp-server dependencies listed
> in the pulp.spec
> * Any insight into why this didn't happen?
> * Can someone explain to me how our dependencies are supposed to be
> treated by the dev Ansible playbook?
> [0]: https://pulp.plan.io/issues/2481
> [1]: https://github.com/pulp/pulp/blob/60e85bf4383a8c0bc5ef054c42bfc3
> 928777fd80/pulp.spec#L382
> [2]: https://github.com/pulp/devel/blob/8604223e2e23e208aa69e40d26e43c
> 3c1f7c2c84/ansible/roles/pulp/tasks/pulp_server.yaml#L48
> Thank you!
> Brian
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