[Pulp-list] Child node sync status check?

Brian Bouterse bbouters at redhat.com
Thu Nov 3 14:07:36 UTC 2016

I don't know a lot about nodes, but I believe nodes doesn't provide this
sort of reporting and cancellation using pulp-admin.

When a node sync runs it is kicking off a sync on the child node which
pulls content that was published by the parent. I believe you can use
pulp-admin pointed directly at the child node to get the information you
want. A running node sync should show up there in the `pulp-admin tasks
list` output on the child node. Similarly you should be able to cancel it
like that also.

I've never done this myself, so your mileage may vary.

Good luck,

On Wed, Nov 2, 2016 at 3:09 PM, Mcnabb, Dustin <dustin.mcnabb at verizon.com>

> Is it possible to do a node sync status check? Doesn’t seem to be an
> option. Nor does cancelling a node sync. Am I just missing it in the
> documentation and the online help of the pulp-admin command? I see you can
> check the status of tasks, but that seems to be separate from node syncs. I
> kicked off a node sync before realizing that most of my repos are set to
> mirror rather than additive since they were created before the default was
> changed. I want to modify the sync type to be additive  for all repos, but
> I need to know whether the sync is done, and if not whether I can cancel it?
> Thanks
> *Dustin McNabb*
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