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[Pulp-list] pulp 0.0.54 build



All,

A new build of Pulp is available.  The RPM version is: pulp-0.0.54-1

This build has a new apache configuration file setup that requires you to restore your /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf file.

If you moved your ssl.conf file to /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.off please move it to:

/etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf

and restart httpd after the install or upgrade of pulp.  More info here:

https://www.redhat.com/archives/pulp-list/2010-August/msg00044.html

This build includes the following Bugzillas and features:

changelog:

- bumping the max request size to 500K.  we were getting 413 errors
  (mmccune redhat com)
- 625820 - proper resolution of this bug. (mmccune redhat com)
- changed default port to 443 in all code, unit tests,  and client config
  (jconnor redhat com)
- fixed typo in gpl statement (jconnor redhat com)
- changed tests config to use new 443 port (jconnor redhat com)
- verified change from location to files directive works (jconnor redhat com)
- using existing argument to prefix pulp uri instead of adding new one
  (jconnor redhat com)
- added /pulp/api/ prefix to rest calls (jconnor redhat com)
- new pulp apache config that plays nice with mod_ssl config commented out
  lines in dev install script that moved ssl conf (jconnor redhat com)
- let yum decide the best arch for errata updates (pkilambi redhat com)
- 625820 - make sure repolib gets username/pass and temp disable id match
  (mmccune redhat com)
- better event handler signature (jortel redhat com)
- better event consumer test. (jortel redhat com)
- agent: only connect to bus when url is specified in the config.
  (jortel redhat com)
- Removing files from git demo (jason dobies redhat com)
- Dont start pulpd on rpm install per fedora packaging guidelines.
  (jortel redhat com)
- Adding multi arch support to the remote install call on agent. Updating
  errata install to user name + arch to send down (pkilambi redhat com)

As usual, find the rpms here: http://mmccune.fedorapeople.org/pulp/

Mike
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Mike McCune
mmccune AT redhat.com
Red Hat Engineering       | Portland, OR
Systems Management        | 650.254.4248


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