_______________________________________________I tried export_distributor, but I found it to be too slow for my needs.I need to export ALL my repos, and I have about 800. Exporting causes many RPMs to be replicated, so the storage requirements explode for me.I gave up using export_distributor. Instead, I now run pulp inside a virtual machine and I copy the whole virtual machine. This method avoids RPM replication, and has proved to be much faster than export_distributor.Ben Stanley.
On 10 June 2019 10:57:37 pm Tatiana Tereshchenko <ttereshc redhat com> wrote:As you probably know, we are in the process of designing a tool which will provide a way to migrate from Pulp 2 to Pulp 3, so we will ask you for feedback every now and then.Export distributor  is used for generating ISO images which can contain one or more RPM or File (ISO plugin in Pulp 2 terms) repositories in it. This distributor is also used to export a repository into a specific directory on a filesystem.Please, let us know if you use export_distributor:0. Do you use Pulp directly or through Katello? This thread is more relevant for those who use Pulp directly.1. What is the scale? E.g. "I use it for 10% of all my repositories, ~50 repositories."2. Do you export into an ISO or to a directory? Or both?3. Is it important that export_distributors and their configuration are migrated to Pulp3? E.g. "It would be nice-to-have, not critical, I export very few repositories."Thank you,Tanya_______________________________________________Pulp-list mailing list
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