Test with SLES
Test basic yum repo management for suse Enterprise Server. See me for access.
- sync and publish SLES repos
- if possible, install and provision from a pulp-published repo
- install software and updates from a pulp-published repo
- file issues for any problems or gaps that are discovered
#7 Updated by hesco about 5 years ago
Is this ticket related to:
(1) hosting a zypper repository with pulp;
(2) building the pulp installation packages for the SLES environment?
I have an immediate need for the latter, though would certainly appreciate the former as well.
Currently working on a proof-of-concept for using pulp to host our puppet modules in-house.
I'd be willing to help test rpm's for deploying pulp to SLES using zypper.
If that is not what this ticket is about, please advise me so I can submit a ticket requesting such support.
#13 Updated by semyers almost 5 years ago
SLES 11 import works as well as in openSUSE, with the minor note that you need to remember to include your mirroring credentials in the feed URL for the RPM repo (e.g. https://username:password@susecdn/). Republishing the repo via pulp and consuming it in a SLES 11 system works perfectly.
SLES 12 syncing doesn't work because SLES 12 introduced a new authorization mechanism (GET query param), and the pulp_rpm yum importer mangles that query param by unconditionally adding a trailing slash to the entire URL. That is filed as #1348, which blocks this.
#14 Updated by semyers almost 5 years ago
For SLES 12, I wrote a quick patch to address #1348, and while it tested just fine in pulp, manual testing to see if the SLES 12 issues were fixed revealed that things are a bit more difficult than I'd hoped.
I'm putting together a new issue to thoroughly explain the problem, along with some thoughts about how we might fix it.
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