[Pulp-list] Pulp repository - Consumer Group and Repository Group

Vijayabalan Balakrishnan bvijaycom at gmail.com
Fri Feb 13 18:14:57 UTC 2015

Dear Barnaby,

Thanks for your support. I will analyze the parameters and will implement
the same.


On Fri, Feb 13, 2015 at 8:14 PM, Barnaby Court <bcourt at redhat.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> Generally the directory structure that pulp uses for saving & serving data
> is not something that you should have to worry about. The Pulp server will
> manage it's space and the links that are created during publishing.
> Generally, content is stored in /var/lib/pulp/content and then when
> repositories are published they link back to the content from the publish
> locations in the /var/lib/pulp/published directory.  The
> /var/lib/pulp/working directory should be on a local disk on your server as
> it is used for temp space during repository syncing & publishing.  Regards,
> -Barnaby
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Vijayabalan Balakrishnan" <bvijaycom at gmail.com>
> To: pulp-list at redhat.com
> Sent: Friday, February 13, 2015 8:37:48 AM
> Subject: [Pulp-list] Pulp repository - Consumer Group and Repository Group
> Hi,
> I have implemented pulp infrastructure based on the following scenario's.
> 1. Pulp server - bserver1.example.com [getting update from origin feed]
> 2. Pulp Server & Admin Client - bserver2.example.com [getting update from
> parent pulp server that is bserver1]
> 3. Pulp Consumer/Client - bclient.example.com
> I have created the following 3 repositories and one consumer group and
> synced with upstream repository from internet. Now 3 repositories
> configured and published with all rpms. Now i have registered
> bclient.example.com client with pulp server. I have installed one package
> also via pulp from pulp master and got installed successfully.
> As per my understanding through pulp we can save huge space for all
> repositories and avoid duplication.
> Pulp's usage model involves syncing multiple up-stream repositories
> locally; these repositories can then be cloned, which uses hard links to
> sync them locally with almost no disk space used. This allows us to sync a
> repository once, then duplicate it as many times as necessary to support
> multiple teams and multiple stability levels.
> Can anyone suggest me the good link to understand the directory structure
> and the purpose behind it in order to design well for multiple repository
> infrastructure to save disk space.
> Please help me on this...
> Thanks,
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