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Re: [Pulp-dev] pulp errata issue.

1) This email belongs on the pulp-list redhat com mailing list meant for users. You are more likely to get help from other Pulp users on that list.

2) What do you mean "achieve downloading of RPMs with pulp-admin"?

pulp-admin is a CLI for interacting with Pulp. pulp-admin does not download anything. Pulp is able to download packages (and errata) from a remote repository and store them in Pulp. Pulp can publish the repositories and make them available at a specific URL. Consumers (clients) can then download packages from Pulp.

What repositories with Errata are you having trouble with?

On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 8:55 AM, Ventrapragada, Anand <Anand Ventrapragada point72 com> wrote:

Hello Dennis-


Thank you for quick response.

I’m trying to understand, can I achieve downloading the rpms through using  pup-admin commands(command mentioned in the below mail.)


I will really happy if that works.



Anand vamsi.



From: Dennis Kliban [mailto:dkliban redhat com]
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2018 10:58 PM
To: Ventrapragada, Anand
Cc: pulp-dev redhat com
Subject: Re: [Pulp-dev] pulp errata issue.


I think you need to specify 'recursive': true like in this[0] example.

[0] https://docs.pulpproject.org/dev-guide/integration/rest-api/content/associate.html?highlight=recursive


On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 10:45 AM, Ventrapragada, Anand <Anand Ventrapragada point72 com> wrote:

Hello Pulp dev team-


I got into situation where, I’m unable to download the errata packages

pulp-admin rpm repo content errata --match Type=security --repo-id=rhel-7-server-rpms --fields=id,type,severity,pkglist --filters='{"issued": {"$gte": "2017-01-01"},"type": "security"}'

This returns a list of security errata, but does not list any associated package names, I can't see a field for package name, how can I identify this?

Additionally I tried to copy these errata from the repo into a temporary repo, thinking that this would copy the relevant RPMs into my new repo, but that was a misconception on my part as it seems to have only copied errata data, not associated packages

I really appreciate, if someone can help to fix this.




Anand vamsi.



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