[Pulp-list] configure puplic repo with pulp

Roth, Sandro Sandro.Roth at zurich-airport.com
Mon Nov 17 12:18:16 UTC 2014


You can absolutely access your repos without a pulp client on your servers.

Do you have publish to http set to true in your repo?
My repos look like this, when you run a pulp-admin rpm repo list --detail

  Auto Publish:        False
    Http:  True
Https: True

If not, you can either use https in your repo file on the client or enable http publishing. I think https is enabled by default.

# pulp-admin rpm repo update –repo-id <id here> --serve-http=true
# pulp-admin rpm repo publish –repo-id <id here>

Browse your repos at http://your-pulp-server-address/pulp/repos and copy paste that url to your repo config on your clients.


From: pulp-list-bounces at redhat.com [mailto:pulp-list-bounces at redhat.com] On Behalf Of RK RK
Sent: Montag, 17. November 2014 11:27
To: pulp-list at redhat.com
Subject: [Pulp-list] configure puplic repo with pulp

Hi All,
I am using pulp 2.4.x and I have my set of packages to be distributed as a repo.
The token default_to_published is set to true in pulp.conf
I also used the option pulp-admin repo publish to publish my repo
But even then I cannot retrieve the packages to my client via yum install.
I have manually created the repo file to point my pulp server in my client.
I didn't install any pulp client in my client machine.
Is there any way to publish the repo to the public in pulp via port 80 and use those repo from the client without installing any pulp client packages?


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