[Pulp-dev] Mirroring Anaconda Repositories

Priddy, Nathaniel G CIV WXQ, 1041 nathaniel.priddy at navy.mil
Wed Mar 27 15:01:07 UTC 2019


Hello,

 

I, and a colleague, are currently tackling the issue of mirroring multiple
repos, RPM, DEB, and Python, and then exporting all of these as incremental
exports to a disconnected environment. I've used Satellite extensively, and
am looking at, at least for the package management, moving straight to Pulp
to help support these other requirements. In addition to our existing mirror
needs, we're also hoping to be able to mirror Anaconda repos. I currently
don't see a Anaconda plugin available for Pulp. Do you know if any of the
other plugins would help facilitate that, or if there is an Anaconda plugin
being developed (didn't see one on Git)? If not, would this be terribly
difficult to start working in? My colleague already has a custom Anaconda
repo mirroring tool that he built, was wondering how hard it would be to
port to a plugin so we didn't have multiple tools doing the same thing? I
apologize if this isn't the correct email to present this question, and
thank you in advance for any guidance presented!

 

Thanks,

 

Nathaniel G. Priddy

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