[Pulp-list] Best way to perform clean install?

Brian Bouterse bbouters at redhat.com
Thu Sep 8 15:38:53 UTC 2016

Hi Christina, This outline looks right. Also remember to stop the pulp 
services when you stop httpd and mongod.


On 09/08/2016 10:03 AM, Christina Plummer wrote:
> Hello Pulp list,
> What is the best way to perform a clean install?
> I had been running 2.3.1 for a couple of years on two servers in a
> parent node-child node relationship.  I've recently installed Pulp 2.9.2
> on a brand new server to be my new parent node.  Now I want to do a
> fresh install on the child node as well, and connect it to the new
> parent.  The child syncs all its content from the parent, so I really
> don't need to preserve anything on it, but I want to make it as clean as
> possible.  Going through multiple upgrades to get from 2.3 to 2.9 didn't
> seem worth it.
> I was thinking something like:
>  - stop httpd and mongod
>  - yum remove pulp-* python-pulp-* (is this necessary/a good idea?)
>  - rm -rf /var/lib/pulp /etc/pulp /var/lib/mongodb
>  - follow the install/config instructions for 2.9.2
> Am I missing anything? Is there a better way?
> Thanks,
> Christina
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