Pulp 2.6 Release Notes¶
Install errata tasks will fail during unit translation when the consumer does not have an RPM profile.
The sync process checks the revision number in upstream metadata to determine if it has changed since the previous sync. If not, most steps in the sync will be skipped. On large repositories, this has reduced best-case sync times from an order of minutes to a few seconds.
When doing a
sync operation, if the upstream “distribution” unit has not
changed since the last sync, pulp will no longer attempt to download additional
See the list of bugs fixed in 2.6.0
RHBZ #1153378 was addressed in 2.6.0. If
you have older (circa 2009) yum clients that fail in a way similar to what is described
in this bug, you may want to temporarily
/etc/httpd/conf.d/pulp_rpm.conf until your client
systems have been updated.