[Pulp-list] Selective Syncing

Todd B. Sanders tsanders at redhat.com
Wed Nov 3 16:33:17 UTC 2010

  On 11/03/2010 12:23 PM, Mike McCune wrote:
> On 11/02/2010 04:48 PM, Todd B. Sanders wrote:
>>    https://fedorahosted.org/pulp/wiki/SelectiveSync
>> Plan is to tackle this during Sprint 18.  Comments?
> would the selectiveness 'stick' for scheduled syncs?  Is this a 
> mechanism to setup a filter on what you want to sync into a repo?
> Mike

Good question.  I hadn't really thought of this in terms of a 
re-occuring scheduled sync, more of a manual real-time operation.  The 
intent was: 1) show me the available updates in the parent repo (i.e. 
what could be sync'd), and (2) select a set of content to sync (i.e. 
single errata, or list of packages).  The only important caveat was that 
this functionality would only be available for local syncs (i.e. between 
two Pulp managed repos).  Think of cloning errata from RHEL-Server-i386 
to RHEL-Server-i386-clone in current Satellite.  That said, we do have a 
item on the backlog for "filters" or "blacklists" on a repo; but this is 
a different item.


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