You could compare the unit counts.
$ pulp-admin rpm repo list –details
Content Unit Counts:
Package Category: 9
Package Environment: 6
Package Group: 70
Yum Repo Metadata File: 1
But I think if the copy task finishes successfully you can be sure everything got copied.
Files don’t actually get copied, pulp is just symlinking and publishing again.
Have a look at the tasks.
$ pulp-admin tasks list
From: pulp-list-bounces redhat com [mailto:pulp-list-bounces redhat com]
On Behalf Of Vijayabalan Balakrishnan
Creating the snapshot from parent repository
Parent Repo Name - rhel7-parent
I have created rhel7-parent and synced with rhn redhat through sync commands.
Snapshot Name - rhel7-snapshot
Create Empty repo First without any parent feed
# pulp-admin rpm repo create --repo-id=rhel7-snapshot
The above command will create snapshot (at that point of time) from rhel7-parent repository without any feed association.So the following sync command wont work.
Also while creating the snapshot (without feed option),how can we ensure all the rpm's were copied in the new snapshot repo ?
Any thoughts ?