Ansible Installer (Recommended)¶
We recommend that you install pulpcore and pulp-container together using the Ansible installer. If you install this way, pulpcore installation and all the following steps will be done for you.
This document assumes that you have
into a the virtual environment
Users should install from either PyPI or source.
sudo -u pulp -i source ~/pulpvenv/bin/activate pip install pulp-container
pulp_container from source¶
sudo -u pulp -i source ~/pulpvenv/bin/activate cd pulp_container pip install -e .
Make and Run Migrations¶
django-admin migrate container
Configure Required Settings¶
The plugin expects to have defined additional settings. These settings are required if a user wants to use the token authentication while serving content, see Registry Token Authentication.
django-admin runserver 24817 gunicorn pulpcore.content:server --bind 'localhost:24816' --worker-class 'aiohttp.GunicornWebWorker' -w 2 sudo systemctl restart pulpcore-resource-manager sudo systemctl restart pulpcore-worker@1 sudo systemctl restart pulpcore-worker@2
Enable OCI Container Image building¶
Pulp container plugin can be used to build an OCI format image from a Containerfile. The plugin uses buildah to build the container image. Buildah 1.14+ must be installed on the same machine that is running pulpcore-worker processes.
The pulpcore-worker processes needs to have /usr/bin/ in its PATH. The user that is running pulpcore-worker process needs to be able to manage subordinate user ids and group ids. The range of subordinate user ids is specified in /etc/subuid and the range of subordinate group ids is specified in /etc/subgid. More details can be found in buildah documentation.