As a user, I want to pull older versions of trees available to atomic hosts.
The depth option specifies the tree traversal depth. The default (when not specified) is 0 which means only the latest commit is pulled. A value of -1 means the depth is unlimited.
On atomic hosts, branches indicate a product (Eg: RHEL7) and the version(s) come from the version information in the commit metadata.
 are commits
/branch/rhel/7/os ------> [7.3] [7.2] [7.1] [7.0]
Currently pulp does not support the depth option in the importer configuration so when the /branch/rhel/7/os is pulled, only the [7.3] commit is pulled. By adding support for depth option and passing it to libostree, users can control pulling older version. For example: depth=3 would result in pulp pulling 7.3, 7.2 and 7.1.
The depth option would also need to be supported by the distributor to control the publishing depth.
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