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Why Does Copy Use Lots of Memory? Post 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 this mirror, the...
Running Pulp with Nginx and uWSGI Post Recently while troubleshooting a slow memory leak, I wanted to run Pulp with a webserver other than httpd. I decided to look at nginx and uWSGI to give some memory comparisons versus httpd. I’ve always run Pulp using httpd so this was new for me. Note, this example does not...
Deprecating Nodes Post Nodes were introduced in Pulp in 2.1.0 and provided a way to keep multiple Pulp servers synchronized. However, Nodes uses separate codepaths from the normal sync+publish codepaths which creates a few problems: Nodes is less tested than sync+publish. This greatly reduces the user-to-user usage and testing benefit. Fixing bugs in...
Django14 Retirement From EPEL 6 Post Running Pulp on EL6 depends on the Django14 package provided by the Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux (EPEL) 6. It was recently decided that this package will be retired no earlier than Jan 1 2017 and no later than March 31, 2017. This was decided at a EPEL steering commitee...