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Re: [Pulp-list] Handling Uploads to repos with feed



Can someone help me understand a use case where you would want to combine the contents of 2+ external yum repos into a single pulp repo?  Flexibility is great, but we need to be sure that this functionality is worthwhile.

I get being able to mirror fedora, the Dell firmware repo, and setting up a custom repo for my internally developed tools.  Not sure I would ever want all of this in a single repo, that would seem to be confusing.  Is having my systems subscribed to one repo that much more beneficial than subscribed to 3?

Todd

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On Oct 11, 2010, at 3:41 PM, Jason L Connor <jconnor redhat com> wrote:

> Hi All,
> 
> I figure I'll weigh in with my 2ยข.
> 
> I did initially like the idea of keeping repositories that allow package
> upload separate from repositories with feeds. This is mighty tempting
> given its simplicity.
> 
> However, after reading all the arguments, Mike, Jeff, and John have had
> some really good points. If we do not treat feeds as authoritative, and
> as simply a batch source for packages, I think this introduces much
> greater flexibility in the pulp management model than we had before.
> 
> I think I'd like to see us adopt this non-authoritative view. We should:
> * allow a repository to define more than one feed
> * allow package upload to all repositories
> * allow admin to pull content from one or more of the defined feeds
> * should probably change the semantics of 'sync' to 'pull' (or
> something similar)
> 
> I like this model because it's actually a super-set of the functionality
> we now offer and doesn't (theoretically) sound like it's a prohibitive
> amount of work to get it going.
> 
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