[Pulp-list] pulpcore 3.1 is Generally Available

Brian Bouterse bmbouter at redhat.com
Fri Jan 31 12:11:26 UTC 2020

Pulpcore 3.1.0 is the first feature release of Pulp 3 and contains some
significant features and fixes. See the release notes for all the details.
https://docs.pulpproject.org/en/3.1.0/changes.html Here are some highlights:

* Azure support
* signing services for plugins to use
* restriction of file:// paths and a new setting to mark filesystem areas
as safe to import from
* improved webserver auth support
* various bugfixes including resolution of a task hanging issue, S3
filename fix, and more

Pulpcore 3.1.0 contains no user API breaking changes (ever), but plugins
will require a compatibility release due to the plugin API bringing
breaking changes in with each Y-release. Users should watch for
announcements from plugins soon and upgrade when all of your plugins are
compatible. Plugin writers can see their changelog to see what has changed
in the plugin API here:

## New Installations

If you are using a new install, you can use the ansible-installer directly
and you'll receive 3.1.0. The quick start guides below are useful for that.

* pulp_rpm installation -- https://pulp-rpm.readthedocs.io/en/3.0
* pulp_container installation -- https://pulp-container.readthedocs.io/en/1
* pulp_file installation -- https://pulp-file.readthedocs.io/en/0.1

## Updating from 3.0.z

You should first upgrade your installer to the latest one from PyPI and
re-run it. Starting with 3.1.0 each release will push a new version of the
installer. If you get the new installer, you'll get a newer pulpcore

## Quickstart

Pulp_rpm offers a quickstart guide (link below) which uses pulplift (link
below) to create a not-long-living installation just to try it out. These
same instructions can be adapted to the other plugins also.


## Migrating from Pulp2 -> Pulp3

A Pulp 2 -> Pulp 3 migration tool is now in beta and can migrate docker and
iso content ( https://github.com/pulp/pulp-2to3-migration ). RPM migrations
are coming soon, but are not ready yet.

## Getting Help or Reporting Bugs

Find where to get help or report bugs via the help page on the website (
https://pulpproject.org/help/ ). If you're unsure where to start, we
recommend emailing your question to the Pulp user mailing list (
https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/pulp-list ).

## Feedback

Let us know what you think! Please send feedback to either:

* Pulp user mailing list --
* Pulp developer mailing list --

## Thanks!

Thank you to all the developers, integrators, testers, and users who have
contributed to this feature release.
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