Pulp 2.3 Release Notes¶
- Users can now export repositories to a series of ISOs or to a location on disk that is convenient for transfer to another system.
- The consumer applicability API is vastly different and performs much faster. Please see the platform developer guide for details on the new API.
- The yum distributor now creates “listing” files in the parent directories of published yum repositories, all the way up the tree to the base publish path. These “listing” files are used by tools like Katello and Red Hat’s subscription-manager to discover available repositories within a particular path.
- The command
pulp-admin iso repo contentwas renamed to
pulp-admin iso repo isos
Notable Bug Fixes¶
- In some cases, repo groups were displayed with a translated name only. This is fixed in 2.3, but a re-sync is required of any affected repository.
- Consumers are now notified when the relative path of a bound repository is changed.
- It is now far more intuitive
to update all packages on a consumer from
Fedora 19 repositories have a new data type called an “environment group” that Pulp does not yet support. As such, you cannot use Anaconda to install Fedora 19 from a repository published by Pulp.