Pulp 3 Containers#
The pulp-oci-images repository is used to provide container images for running Pulp. These images represent one of several officially supported Pulp installation methods. The available images can be divided into two types:
- Multi-Process Images - Images for running a Pulp or Ansible Galaxy, as well as its third-party services, in a single Docker/Podman container.
- Single-Process Images - Images containing a single Pulp service each, which collectively make up a Pulp instance. They can be used via docker-compose or podman-compose, example here. These images are also used by pulp operator.
Note that OCI stands for "Open Container Initiative", see here.
See the quickstart guide for deploying.
|pulp||Multi-Process Pulp with several plugins|
|pulp-minimal||Single-Process Pulp with several plugins|
|pulp-web||Webserver for pulp-minimal|
|galaxy||Multi-Process Ansible Galaxy|
|galaxy-minimal||Single-Process Ansible Galaxy|
|galaxy-web||Webserver for galaxy-minimal|
The first-party services are services written by the Pulp project itself.
They are pulp-api, pulp-content, and pulp-worker.
The third-party services are services written by other open source projects, but Pulp depends on them as the middle tier in 3-tier application architecture to run.
The 2 backends are the PostgreSQL database server and the redis caching server.
The 1 frontend is the Nginx webserver, with special config to combine both pulp-api and pulp-content into one service.
Issue Tracker: https://github.com/pulp/pulp-oci-images/issues
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