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Story #5510 (CLOSED - CURRENTRELEASE): 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...
Failed QA on RHEL7.1:
[root@ip-10-124-140-18 CA]# pulp-admin -u admin -p admin repo list
+--------------------------... Issue #926: default value of server_name config is inconsistent between systemsAs you can see here \[0\] the default value for server_name is generated using socket module.
It has come to my attention that the value returned by the above code could sometimes be a short hostname ...
Verified on RHEL6.7, pulp 2.7.0-4
Python terminal log:
>>> from pulp.server.tasks import test_get_size_other_pid, test_get_size_own_pid, test_get_size_other_tmp, test_create_and_remove_tmp_dir, test_create_and_remove_tmp_file, test... Issue #594: pulp-celery selinux can manage all tmp files and pid files, not just its ownThe pulp-celery policy allows arbitrary read/write abilities to all pid files and tmp files. This is a scary amount of permissions, when all we really need is the ability to manage the pid and tmp files associated with the celery_t proce...
Verified with pulp-server-2.7.0-0.3.beta.fc21.noarch
Jun 29 12:04:50 nec-em24-1.rhts.eng.bos.redhat.com pulp\[13068\]: pulp.server.async.worker_watcher:INFO: New worker 'email@example.com' dis... Issue #993: Worker discovery takes 30 seconds when all services restarted at the same timeWhen all of the pulp services are restarted at the same time it often takes 30 seconds before the workers are discovered.
When running the script:
[root@bcourt pulp]# /home/bcourt/bin/restart-pulp.sh
++ systemctl stop httpd
Changes present in pulp-server-2.7.0-0.3.beta.fc21.noarch - unfortunately only real test I can do is running automation. Which seems ok. :)
Refactor #114: pulp/server/pulp/server/initialization.py unnecessarily imports kombu.transport.qpidTODO:
1\. Remove the comment and import line here \[0\].
2\. Run tests and fix any test failures.
Pulp used to have a workaround whereby kombu.transport.qpid would have to be imported early on in the Pulp initialization process....
Fix verified with pulp-selinux-2.7.0-0.3.beta.fc21.noarch.
Issue #554: Warning messages on Removing/Installing pulp-selinux rpmDescription of problem:
Warning messages displayed when removing/re installing pulp-selinux rpms
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Issue #1081 (CLOSED - WORKSFORME): python-qpid packaging reports "expected topic; got queue" errorFedora 21, x86_64 - clean machine - newly installed pulp.
When trying to remove existing repo using:
pulp-admin rpm repo delete --repo-id=zoo
An internal error occurred on the Pulp server:
My understanding is that I should be able to workaround it if I install qpid-tools, however I got this error regardless the fact that I have all the packages:
[root@machine ~]# yum install python-qpid-qmf qpid-tools python-qpi... Issue #1061: qpidtoollibs has moved from python-qpid-qmf to qpid-toolsThe qpid team has moved the qpidtoollibs Python package from python-qpid-qmf to qpid-tools. This means that our pulp-server-qpid package group no longer installs a working system, as the famous migration 0009 will fail:
==> dev: ...
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