Pulp - Story #3693: Lazy for Pulp3
As a user, I can lazily sync python packages
With the previous work done in for python packages, it is now possible to create objects using only the metadata provided by the json API of PyPI. This metadata is also now provided by pulp publish.
Completion of this story should allow the user to set the download policy to on_demand and background.
#4 Updated by mhrivnak over 3 years ago
I think this should be a story instead of an issue.
The description dives right into how to do this, but skips over what the goal is. :) "Lazy integration" is perhaps obvious to some, but it's helpful to have a more full description. Start with the desired behavior: we want the ability to set the download policy to on_demand or background. Describe the workflow of specifying that setting, accessing content, having it retrieved on-demand, etc. What will QE do to verify this?
The checklist is a good place for implementation details, including: add catalog entries during sync, document new importer settings, make new importer settings available in pulp-admin, add release notes, etc.
The "downloaded" boolean is already on FileContentUnit in platform, so you'll get that for free.
I'm not sure about the idea of updating the unit in the DB after download. Pulp's job is a LOT easier when units are immutable. Do we really need to update it for some reason?
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