[Pulp-list] Can a Pulp server be a consumer of itself?
kfiresmith at gmail.com
Mon May 2 19:01:28 UTC 2016
See I think that's kind of odd. I'd love to know the reasoning behind that
because we very much enjoy being able to treat the pulp server like every
other server w/r/t updates (unlike Satellite 5 & Satellite 6).
On Mon, May 2, 2016 at 2:44 PM, Konstantin M. Khankin <
khankin.konstantin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Lutchy,
> I remember some piece of documentation saying "you'd better update pulp
> server not from itself, preferably from the internet"
> 2016-05-02 17:11 GMT+03:00 Lutchy Horace (Mailing List) <
> mailinglist.subscriptions at lhprojects.net>:
>> > This is how I test the consumer code on my development environment.
>> > Seems like you should be able to do the same thing for your
>> > deployment. I would also appreciate input on this from others.
>> I am bit awry of doing this on a production pulp server but I will give
>> this a shot. I assume I have to create a pulp repository within
>> pulp server itself for pulp-server updates.
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