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Story #4762: [Epic] As a user, I can copy content

[Epic] As a user, when copying content, dependencies of that content are also copied

Added by dalley about 1 month ago. Updated 13 days ago.

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Description

This epic will track the state of dependency resolution when performing copy operations using the RPM plugin.

When copying RPMs, Modules, and Errata from one repository to another, it is often necessary to ensure that the destination repository contains all the dependencies those units require to function correctly. For instance, if you copy the "foo" package to a repository that does not contain foo's dependencies "bar" and "baz", clients may not be able to install the "foo" package and the repository would not work as intended.

Therefore, it is useful for Pulp to be able to resolve those dependencies and include them in the copy operation even though the user did not explicitly specify them.


Subtasks

Story #4162: As a user, I have RPM dependency solving when copying modulesNEW

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Story #4761: As a user, I have RPM dependency solvingMODIFIEDdalley

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Story #4767: As a user, I can copy non-modular Erratum with referenced RPMs and their dependenciesNEW

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Story #4768: As a user, I can copy modular Erratum with referenced Modules/RPMs and their dependenciesNEW

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#1 Updated by dalley about 1 month ago

  • Parent task set to #4762

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