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Re: [Pulp-list] Orphaned Packages



On 01/13/2011 03:50 PM, Jay Dobies wrote:
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Take the following scenario:
- - Create a repo and synchronize it. It brings in packages A, B, and C.
- - Delete the repo.
- - Do a `pulp-admin package search`

Packages A, B, and C all show up from the package search, indicating
they have no repository.

- - Is there a use case for keeping them around in Pulp if they aren't in
a repository? Arguably that would make a future sync that would download
those packages faster since they already exist, but is that the intention?

- - Is there a way to purge those packages? For instance, say a Pulp
installation used to mirror Fedora 12 but gave up on it when Fedora 14
came out. How do we reclaim all of that space on the Pulp server's hard
disk and/or clean out those packages from the database?

Hmm. I thought the desired behavior was to delete the packages and associated rpms off of the filesystem if the packages are no longer associated with a repository.

-Todd
- -- Jay Dobies
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