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@skullman - Is this the only use case for this field? Please ping us when are ready to start collaborating on the solution for this and we'll make sure all use cases are understood before we figure out a solution. Story #5510: I would like to have an option to associate key-value pair to repository - former "Notes" field in Pulp 2When we distribute official RH repositories in RHUI, we are providing them with GPG keys to validate signature of RPMs present in them. It makes sense to have this information connected to particular repository as there are options to ha...
An additional way to indicate that these numbers are best guess are to add a note in the documentation to ask for feedback and provide a way to do so. Task #6856: Document Pulp3 Hardware Requirements recommendationsThis question came up in our channel, we should put this info into the docs in the [Architecture and Deploying page](https://docs.pulpproject.org/components.html) in a new section called "Hardware Requirements".
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Do we have a tracker for Pulp 3 functionality? Or can we comment if Pulp 3 rpm plugin has parity with this functionality? Story #3055: As a user, I can publish a Yum repository that works with repo_gpgcheck=1To allow a Yum repository to be used with Yum clients that have repo_gpgcheck=1 configured in /etc/yum.conf:
1. Create a new GPG signing key that can be used by Pulp worker processes without a password. (Documentation provides exampl...
Story #5356 (ASSIGNED): As a user, I can download a configuration for yum/dnf from an RpmDistributionIt is common for repositories to include a repo file that can be used to add the repository to a client. This file can be manually placed into /etc/yum.repos.d/ or it can be specified as a parameter to yum/dnf. e.g.
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