[Pulp-dev] [BREAKING] Names of Pulp 3 related services are going to be changed
ttereshc at redhat.com
Fri Oct 4 14:27:19 UTC 2019
Merged! The initial changes and the additional one.
The following services have been renamed:
pulp-api -> pulpcore-api
pulp-content-app -> pulpcore-content
pulp-resource-manager -> pulpcore-resource-manager
pulp-worker@* -> pulpcore-worker@*
A couple of plugin PRs might not be merged yet for the plugin repositories
which are not maintained by Pulp team.
Those PRs contain documentation changes only, so it should not be critical.
On Fri, Oct 4, 2019 at 4:08 PM Tatiana Tereshchenko <ttereshc at redhat.com>
> As per additional renaming request, PRs have been opened to rename
> pulpcore-content-app -> pulpcore-content.
> On Wed, Oct 2, 2019 at 7:29 PM Tatiana Tereshchenko <ttereshc at redhat.com>
>> Some questions and new requirements showed up during PR review,.
>> This is just to let you all know that the changes are not merged yet.
>> Stay tuned.
>> On Tue, Sep 24, 2019 at 12:58 AM Lubos Mjachky <lmjachky at redhat.com>
>>> As of now, all Pulp 3 related services will use prefix pulpcore-*
>>> instead of pulp-*. This will eliminate ambiguities between Pulp 2 and Pulp
>>> 3 services running on a same machine (e.g. pulp_resource_manager vs
>>> The following changes in naming conventions were made:
>>> pulp-api -> pulpcore-api
>>> pulp-content-app -> pulpcore-content-app
>>> pulp-resource-manager -> pulpcore-resource-manager
>>> pulp-worker@* -> pulpcore-worker@*
>>> Check the list of opened pull requests to address issues as soon as
>>> The majority of these pull requests are mainly updating auto-generated
>>> documentation. On the other hand, it is recommended to merge the pull
>>> requests at the same time in order to prevent inconsistencies in the future.
>>> After applying aforementioned changes, it is expected that you will
>>> disable or remove running systemd services with old prefixes (pulp-api,
>>> pulp-content-app, etc.) from your development environment. In some cases,
>>> it is easier to simply run the command `vagrant destroy` to destroy all
>>> previously created resources during the machine creation process. This will
>>> however remove all custom files and configurations currently present in the
>>> virtual machine.
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