[Pulp-dev] pulp and multi region support.
bbouters at redhat.com
Mon May 8 17:19:28 UTC 2017
I agree with Mihai's suggestion to distribute the content Pulp produces and
not Pulp itself. Here are two ways to distribute content between two
1) Have a standalone Pulp installed in each region, and have one Pulp sync
from what the other Pulp publishes. This allows you to delivery content
using Pulp at both sites. For each repo you create it on both Pulp's and
then one of them uses the feed from the other.
2) Another option is to use the rsync distributor which uses rsync to
deliver published rpm content to remote servers. This lets you push content
from a single Pulp to filesystems in other regions. The docs for the rsync
distributor are here:
Please let us know if you have other questions or ideas.
On Thu, Apr 27, 2017 at 10:17 AM, Mihai Ibanescu <mihai.ibanescu at gmail.com>
> You may not need to distribute Pulp across the globe - only the yum
> repositories that Pulp publishes. That is static content that is much
> easier to distribute and serve from the edge (via akamai etc).
> Pulp itself never serves the rpm packages.
> Would that not be enough?
> On Thu, Apr 27, 2017 at 7:43 AM, Om Prakash Singh <ompnix at gmail.com>
>> Hi Pulp Devs,
>> I am looking to set-up a scenario where I would be providing a solution
>> for patch and repository management with pulp to the Linux farm hosted
>> across the globe. Some of my questions which I could not find in the
>> documentation are as below.
>> Is it possible to set pulp in a multi homed scenario.
>> Which means the pulp server can be residing in multiple regions across
>> the WAN and when the user request for package the request can be handled
>> from the nearest region.
>> I would also like to understand if there is any replication guideline for
>> mongodb for pulp case.
>> If I replicate mongodb is it possible that I can use the replicated data
>> to start a new pulp server.
>> If the above is not present in pulp, I would be happy to take this
>> further provided I get some mentoring and guidance from the team.
>> Om Prakash Singh
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