As a user, I can see what parameters were involved in a task
Presently, the task record stores two primary types of metadata about the operation it performed:
- The name of a task (which tells you what type of task it was, sync/publish/update/etc., and where it was defined (plugin or core),
This leaves a lot of gaps that make it impossible to properly audit the history of the state of Pulp
- You don't know what resource was updated, or what those updates were - if it was an update task
- You don't know what remote was used, or whether mirror=True or False - if it was a sync task
- You can kind of figure out what the plugin type was, or what repository it was performed on, via. the name or CreatedResources, but it is implicit, not explicit.
#1 Updated by firstname.lastname@example.org over 1 year ago
+1 to add this information to tasks. However, I am not quite clear how this information will be stored and serialized. Since different "types" of tasks will have different information, its probably necessary to cram all this data into a generic field. @dalley suggested bringing back the "notes" field.
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