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Pulp 2.19 master pulled epel django instead of pulp 2 django
When running nightly rhel76-fips testing, there were 500 errors  on jenkins tests since 1/23 and issues in journalctl with django .
After talking with asmacdo and daviddavis, it appears this may be a django being pulled from EPEL and not from our Pulp 2 repos on build 
It was determined this was the result of EPEL django precedence over the pulp.repo version that was built. This issue has been seen before.
Forced installation of the python2-django-1.11.17-1 from the fedorapeople repo  and restart of services (or with a hammer of shutdown now -r) resulted in a functioning pulp install.
Pulp-dev determined this issue as a low priority issue where documentation exercise may happen as a result of this issue.
For QE, this is a critical breakage of CI as the ansible install fails on FIPS installation and puts the box into a non-testable state. QE will be opening a related Urgent test tracker to fix the issue in the pulp-ci installer to fix mission critical work.
 - https://paste.fedoraproject.org/paste/bPRtYPa4ZCLShrZ7VUMqMQ
 - https://pulp-jenkins.rhev-ci-vms.eng.rdu2.redhat.com/view/Pulp%202%20-%20Master/job/pulp-2-master-dev-rhel7-fips/228/
 - https://paste.fedoraproject.org/paste/6eHTS1Uc3NkC0hohvKe-TA [from the affected 2.19a1-nightly box under test
 - 2.11.17-1 https://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/pulp/pulp/v2/testing/automation/2.19/stage/7Server/x86_64/
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