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Re: [Pulp-list] pulp packaging changes



On Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 09:38:30AM -0600, Jeff Ortel wrote:
> We have made a few packaging changes in pulp which have been
> implemented in the v2 testing repository.  First, we are switching
> to comps groups and discontinuing our meta-packages.  Second, our
> RHEL 5 repositories will no longer provide pulp server-side
> packages.
> 
> The comps groups are intended to provided for easy out-of-the-box
> installations.  Each group bundles core platform components with
> commonly used support packages (plugins, extensions and handlers).
> Administrators wanting a more custom installation can continue to
> accomplish this by installing platform packages and the support
> packages of their choice rather then using the comps groups.
> 
> The following groups have been defined:
> 
> 1. pulp-server:
>      The pulp server + RPM and puppet plugins.
> 
> 2. pulp-admin:
>      The admin client + builtin, RPM and puppet extensions.
> 
> 3. pulp-consumer:
>      The consumer client + builtin, RPM and puppet extensions.
>      The pulp agent + RPM and puppet handlers.
> 
> See the comps.xml[1] for more details.
> 
> Examples:
> 
> # yum groupinstall pulp-server
> # yum groupinstall pulp-admin
> # yum groupinstall pulp-consumer
> 
> The following meta-packages will no longer be provided:
> 
> 1. pulp-rpm-server
> 2. pulp-rpm-admin-client
> 3. pulp-rpm-consumer-client
> 4. pulp-rpm-agent
>

Hmm, so what do we add to the katello-all meta package?

Require: pulp-rpm-server ?

LZ

-- 
Later,

 Lukas "lzap" Zapletal
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