[Pulp-dev] Crane redirects - internal and external content
dkliban at redhat.com
Tue Dec 19 17:41:08 UTC 2017
Crane cannot perform a rewrite of the redirect URL at this time. This seems
like a reasonable feature request. I recommend filing a story - we can
discuss the feature details on there.
On Wed, Dec 13, 2017 at 11:29 AM, Mihai Ibanescu <mihai.ibanescu at gmail.com>
> In our current setup, we have a purely internal pulp deployment, that
> publishes to an NFS share.
> HTTP frontend machines handle the cert-based authn/authz and serve the
> content from the NFS share.
> We have an internal set of HTTP frontend machines, and an internal
> customer has access to published content for all development stages
> We also have an external set of HTTP frontend machines, that handle
> external customer requests, and only serve the prod stage. Content from the
> internal NFS share is selectively rsynced into the external disk share.
> This all works great for rpm and such.
> I believe there is a problem with docker. We would have one internal and
> one external crane deployment, as expected. Content would be rsynced, as
> usual. However, because the redirect URL is "baked" into the redirect json
> files, the external Crane would redirect to the internal system, which is
> not helpful.
> We would prefer not to republish / recreate the redirect files in our
> transition from internal to external content.
> One way to handle this would be a Crane configuration option that directs
> crane to rewrite the redirect URL. In that case, internal and external
> crane systems would be configured differently.
> The questions:
> * Is there such an option in Crane? (looking at the code, I believe the
> answer is no)
> * Is there a feature request for something like this already?
> * If not, do you agree what I've described above is a valid customer use
> case, and should I file it as a feature request?
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