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Re: [Pulp-list] package filer question



Duh.  I forgot to clean the yum cache on the consumer.  That took care of it.  Now... off to get some coffee to kickstart the brain.  Thanks again.
 
Joel


From: Pradeep Kilambi [mailto:pkilambi redhat com]
Sent: Friday, January 20, 2012 9:24 AM
To: Golden, Joel
Cc: pulp-list redhat com
Subject: Re: [Pulp-list] package filer question

hmm i would have expected the metadata to refresh any filtered packages. Try these,

* Clear your yum cache on the consumer and try yum check-update?

* Also check your /var/lib/pulp/repos/rh5-prd/*.rpm and make sure there is no mysql pkg symlinked here. If there is, then probably blacklist filter is not working as expected to being with.

~ Prad


From: "Joel Golden" <Joel Golden twtelecom com>
To: "Pradeep Kilambi" <pkilambi redhat com>
Cc: pulp-list redhat com
Sent: Friday, January 20, 2012 11:15:45 AM
Subject: RE: [Pulp-list] package filer question

By "metadata update" do you mean execute the generate_metadata on the cloned repo after the clone process is complete?  If so, that isn't clearing the package from the cloned repo's package set.
 
Joel


From: Pradeep Kilambi [mailto:pkilambi redhat com]
Sent: Friday, January 20, 2012 9:05 AM
To: Golden, Joel
Cc: pulp-list redhat com
Subject: Re: [Pulp-list] package filer question

I agree Joel. For now we'll go ahead and do the metadata update until we figure out an efficient way of updating package metadata for a subset of packages. The side effect of this change would be your clones might run a bit longer. I opened a bug for this issue here https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=783485 . i'll try to look into it soon.

~ Prad


From: "Joel Golden" <Joel Golden twtelecom com>
To: "Pradeep Kilambi" <pkilambi redhat com>
Cc: pulp-list redhat com
Sent: Friday, January 20, 2012 11:01:28 AM
Subject: RE: [Pulp-list] package filer question

Prad,
 
After I deleted the master and clone repos and recreated them, that is the result I get.  I think I had some corruption earlier.  It would be nice to see a repo generation for clones.  One, I'm very apprehensive to schedule a full package set update in production when yum update shows it's going to update packages we want locked.  Two, it can be time consuming to parse through a package update log for a few hundred machines when it contains false positives.  Thoughts?
 
Thank you,
 
Joel


From: Pradeep Kilambi [mailto:pkilambi redhat com]
Sent: Friday, January 20, 2012 8:14 AM
To: Golden, Joel
Cc: pulp-list redhat com
Subject: Re: [Pulp-list] package filer question

Hey Joel:

This is what I think is happening, Your original repo has no filter, it still has a reference to the package. A clone operation does not regenerate the metadata and it reuses the parents metadata and that probably why you still see that via yum check-update. The package is still blacklisted, and will not be served. Try installing the update and see if pulp is serving the package. You should get a 404. We could trigger a repo generation in case a clone operation uses filters. May be thats the solution to keep the filesystem + db in sync with metadata in case of filters. The reason we dont currently generate metadata is to keep the clone as close to the parent as possible and also to make the clone fast(as reop generation can be expensive)

~ Prad









From: "Joel Golden" <Joel Golden twtelecom com>
To: pulp-list redhat com
Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2012 4:45:59 PM
Subject: [Pulp-list] package filer question

I'm having an issue with a repo filter carrying over to the consumer.  This repo is a clone of rh5-live, without the filter.  I've verified the packages have been removed but they still show up under yum check-update and are available via yumdownloader from a client bound to the rh5-prd repo.  And the consumer shows the number of packages available higher than the number of packages in the rh5-prd repo.  Any ideas?
 
 
Id                      rh5-prd                 
Name                    rh5-prd                 
Repo URL                https://uxspulpplv1/pulp/repos/rh5-prd/
Feed URL                file:///var/lib/pulp//repos/redhat/updates/rhel-5.2-server-x86_64/latest/rhel-x86_64-server-5
Feed Type               local                   
Content Type            yum                     
Feed Certs              CA:No   Cert:No
Consumer Certs          CA:No   Cert:No
Architecture            x86_64                  
Sync Schedule           None                    
Packages                4854                    
Files                   0                       
Distributions           None                    
Publish                 True                    
Clones                  []                      
Groups                  [u'prd']                
Filters                 ['mysql-blacklist']     
Notes                   {}                      
Preserve Metadata       False                   
Checksum Type           sha256         
 
Id                      rh5-live                
Name                    rh5-live                
Repo URL                https://uxspulpplv1/pulp/repos/redhat/updates/rhel-5.2-server-x86_64/latest/rhel-x86_64-server-5/
Feed URL                http://rhelrepo.twtelecom.com/redhat/updates/rhel-5.2-server-x86_64/latest/rhel-x86_64-server-5/
Feed Type               remote                  
Content Type            yum                     
Feed Certs              CA:No   Cert:No
Consumer Certs          CA:No   Cert:No
Architecture            x86_64                  
Sync Schedule           None                    
Packages                4904                    
Files                   0                       
Distributions           None                    
Publish                 True                    
Clones                  [u'rh5-tst', u'rh5-prd', u'rh5-dev']
Groups                  None                    
Filters                 []                      
Notes                   {}                      
Preserve Metadata       False                   
Checksum Type           sha256    
        
pulp-admin repo content --id rh5-prd |gawk '/^mysql|^MySQL/'
reports nothing.
 
pulp-admin filter create --id mysql-blacklist --type blacklist --description "mysql and MySQL package filter" -p "mysql-*" -p "MySQL-*"
 
pulp-admin filter info --id mysql-blacklist
 
Id           :                  mysql-blacklist         
Description  :                  mysql and MySQL package filter
Type         :                  blacklist               
Package List :                  ['mysql-*', 'MySQL-*']  
pulp-admin repo generate_metadata --id rh5-prd
 
from the consumer:
repo id                                                          repo name                                                         status
repos-pulp-pulp-5Server-x86_64                                   repos-pulp-pulp-5Server-x86_64                                    enabled:    17
rh5-prd                                                          rh5-prd                                                           enabled: 4,905
repolist: 4,922
 

Best Regards,

Joel Golden, RHCE
TW Telecom
Unix Support / Senior Systems Administrator

  

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