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Issue #5381

auto-distribution of repositories not supported

Added by jaymzh 12 months ago. Updated 6 months ago.

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Pulpcore has auto-distribution of repositories... if you add a repository without a version to a distribution, then as the repo is updated the distribution tracks the latest version (see https://docs.pulpproject.org/en/3.0/nightly/workflows/exposing-content.html#auto-distribution-of-a-repository)

In pulp_deb this doesn't work. There's an additional abstraction (publication), and when the publication is pointed to the the repository without a version, it looks up the latest version and hardcodes that. :(

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#1 Updated by jaymzh 12 months ago

It turns out that the way this should work is you associate the distribution directly with the repo, but when I try to do that it says unexpected field.

#2 Updated by mdellweg 6 months ago

pulp_deb needs publications (for creating metadata). So this feature would only work if there were facilities for auto-publishing which i am unaware of.

Can we defer this to a wishlist?

Meanwhile the cron like automation that triggers the sync could also perform the publication and distribution to mimic the auto-distribution.

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