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Re: [Pulp-list] Configuring pulp-server data storage

I meant to write that in my last reply (lack of coffee made me forget over the course of the two paragraphs I did write).

Our suggestion is either symlinks or mounting to that directory to control where the content is actually stored. It's one reason we haven't taken all of the steps yet to make that configurable; symlink or mount gives a pretty solid amount of flexibility.

On 10/03/2011 10:42 AM, Phil Gardner wrote:
Thanks for the quick response. That clears those things up nicely.

The reason I was asking about the storage location is because I am
trying to use an NFS share to store the repos on. A coworker of mine
suggested something that slipped my mind, using a symlink to get around
this. Do you see any issues doing it this way? I'm gonna give it a try
in a few and will let you know if I run into any issues.

On 10/03/2011 10:29 AM, Jay Dobies wrote:
Currently, it's hardcoded in for the server. Eventually it would be
nice to have that configurable.

As for pulp and pulp-cds, they are not compatible to be installed on
the same box. It would always have caused a conflict, but recently it
was explicitly added to the CDS RPM spec for these two packages to be
conflicting and not installable on the same instance.

On 10/03/2011 10:23 AM, Phil Gardner wrote:
Is it possible to change the location where the pulp-server stores its
packages and repo stuff? I can see where you control where the CDS
stores the packages, the 'packages_dir' option in /etc/pulp/cds.conf.
I'm not seeing any option like that in /etc/pulp/pulp.conf.

It is possible that I have this model mixed up, and the pulp-server just
takes in the updates and pushes them out to the different CDS servers.
If this is the case, I have run into a small problem where it appears
that I am unable to install pulp-server and pulp-cds on the same box.
This happened with the most recent update.

Reading version lock configuration
Setting up Install Process
Resolving Dependencies
-->   Running transaction check
--->   Package pulp-cds.noarch 0:0.0.230-3 set to be updated
-->   Processing Conflict: pulp conflicts pulp-cds
-->   Processing Conflict: pulp-cds conflicts pulp
-->   Finished Dependency Resolution
pulp-cds-0.0.230-3.noarch from rhel-pulp has depsolving problems
    -->   pulp-cds conflicts with pulp
pulp-0.0.230-3.noarch from installed has depsolving problems
    -->   pulp conflicts with pulp-cds
Error: pulp conflicts with pulp-cds
Error: pulp-cds conflicts with pulp
   You could try using --skip-broken to work around the problem
   You could try running: package-cleanup --problems
                          package-cleanup --dupes
                          rpm -Va --nofiles --nodigest


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