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[Pulp-list] pulp-admin repo sync behavior

Hi All,

Here's the final behavior for repo syncs performed from the command line
with pulp-admin.

The sync will, by default, run in the background:
# pulp-admin repo sync --id=foo
Repo sync started on repository: foo
Use "repo status" to check on the progress

We will provide a --foreground option to give the use the option of
watching the progress of repo sync:
# pulp-admin repo sync --id=foo --foreground
Sync for foo started:
you can safely CTRL+C this current command and the sync will continue

[====            ]  25% ( 43 of 180 packages)

We will provide a status command that when run on a syncing repository
looks like:
# pulp-admin repo status --id=foo
Repository: foo
Number of Packages: 180
Last Sync: 2010-09-20 10:09:06.890790
Currently Syncing: 25% done (43 of 180 packages downloaded)

Jason L Connor
Software Engineer
Systems Management and Cloud Enablement
Red Hat, Inc.
RHCT #605010081634021
Freenode: linear

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