Pulp 2.12.1 Generally Available

Pulp 2.12.1 is now Generally Available in the stable repositories: pulp-2-stable pulp-stable This release includes bug fixes for the Pulp Platform and the RPM Plugin. There were 2 potential blockers filed during the 2.12.1 beta: #2591 and #2600. #2591 was resolved by the user,...

Why Does Copy Use Lots of Memory?

Pulp user Richard Gray wrote to our email list to ask about high memory use during copy operations. He wrote: I have a local RPM repository that syncs from an internet mirror of the CentOS 7.3 updates repository. When I try to create a local copy of...

Sprint 14 Demo

See what is coming with next versions of Pulp. State of Pulp (mhrivnak) New Pulp logo (bmbouter) Verified workfow update (smyers) cProfiling feature of tasks in 2.12 (bmbouter) Task id in log statements (daviddavis) Puppet subdir option...

Pulp 2.12.0 Generally Available

Pulp 2.12.0 is now Generally Available in the stable repositories: https://repos.fedorapeople.org/pulp/pulp/stable/2.12/ New features for Pulp 2.12 include new features added to the Pulp platform, as well as the Puppet, RPM, and Docker plugins. Many bug fixes are also included in the 2.12.0 release. More information about these new features...

Pulp 2.11.2 Generally Available

Pulp 2.11.2 is now Generally Available in the stable repositories: https://repos.fedorapeople.org/pulp/pulp/stable/2.11/ This release includes a small number bug fixes for the Pulp Platform, and the RPM Plugin, and is the final release for the Pulp 2.11 line since the 2.12.0 release is currently in progress. 2.12.0 is expected to...

New Pulp Logo

Today we’re happy to reveal that we have updated our branding for the Pulp project. This includes a few changes around our logo that I want to outline. The old logo, as you may remember, was outdated and it was time for a revamp...

Pulp at DevConf and FOSDEM Conferences

Pulp is participating in two open-source conferences coming up, DevConf.cz 2017 and FOSDEM. These conferences are a great place for Pulp users and developers to meet-up and get involved in the open source community. The first is DevConf in Brno, Czech Republic on Jan 27th - Jan 29th,...

Sprint 12 and 13 Demo

See what is coming with Pulp 2.12.0 State of Pulp (mhrivnak) New release status pages (smyers) Orphan removal counts and celery worker record cleanup (ddavis) New implementation for pulp-manage-db check for running workers (bizhang) File fixtures for pulp-fixtures...

Pulp 2.11.1 Generally Available

Pulp 2.11.1 is now Generally Available in the stable repositories: pulp-2-stable pulp-stable This release includes bug fixes for the Pulp Platform, the Puppet plugin, and the RPM Plugin. No blocking issues were reported during the 2.11.1 beta, so this release is unchanged from the 2.11.1 Beta...

Plan.io is Awesome

The Pulp community is thankful to plan.io, who hosts the Pulp issue tracker so well and at no cost. Why is plan.io so great? Plan.io believes in open source. Their hosted platform is built on Redmine, which is one of the largest open source, web-based project...

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