[Pulp-list] question wrt copying errata from 1 repo to another

Claer claer at claer.hammock.fr
Tue Feb 10 11:04:15 UTC 2015


On Mon, Feb 09 2015 at 56:16, Randy Barlow wrote:
> On 02/09/2015 11:22 AM, Jo De Troy wrote:
> > I have 1 repo which downloads from RHN and I created a second repo to
> > create a set of 'approved' updates.
> > The creation of the repo's works fine and copying only the security
> > errata also seems to work.
> > But when I publish the 'errata' repo as http and adding this repo to the
> > yum config of a client the clients doesn't see any content in that repo.
> > When browsing to the repo I only see a repodata folder with basically an
> > empty filelist.xml.gz file
> > Can anybody help me in finding out what I'm doing wrong?
> > 
> > I'm running Pulp 2.5.3 on RHEL 6.6
> > 
> > 
> > I  copyied the errata with the command below
> > pulp-admin --username=xxx --password=xxx rpm repo copy errata  --match
> > type=security \
> > --from-repo-id=rhel6-x86_64-os --to-repo-id=rhel-6-x86_64-updates
> There is a --recursive flag for the errata copy that will copy the files
> that the errata reference. I believe it will do what you expect if you
> add that flag. Hope that helps!
Last time I checked, (2.4 release if I remember well ;)) The recursive flag
matches the rpm on the source and not on the destination. Is it now possible to
match the dependencies based on the objects available on the destination



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