Pulp Python Plugin 3.0.0 Beta 10 is Available

The latest Beta release of the Python plugin is available on PyPI. This version is compatible with Pulpcore 3.5.0. This is mainly a Pulpcore 3.5.0 compatibility release. As well as a number of bug fixes, this release contains a new feature that allows users to create a Python Remote...

PulpCon 2020 - save the date and vote for topics!

We are glad to announce that PulpCon will take place during the week of September 14th. The sessions will be held over 5 half-days, Mon-Fri mornings in EST and afternoons in CET. Currently, we are collecting potential topics to discuss and voting on them. Please add topics you are interested...

Pulp 3 Concurrency Testing

Syncing content into Pulp 3 is a time-consuming process. Fortunately, you can specify that content-artifacts are retrieved in parallel to minimize time by maximizing bandwidth utilization. This parallelism is accomplished by specifying the download_concurrency value on a given Remote. Pulp 3’s default value for download_concurrency is 20. This...

Pulp Community Update (July 2020)

If you have any questions or updates you would like to share, write to us at pulp-list@redhat.com. 2020 Community Survey If you are a Pulp user, please complete the annual community survey so that the Pulp team can better understand how the community is using Pulp, what the...

Announcing Pulp Squeezer 0.0.1

Pulp Squeezer, formerly known as Pulp Ansible Modules, is a collection of Ansible modules that you can use to manage Pulp. Previously, you could use Ansible modules only to manage File content in Pulp. With this 0.0.1 release, you can fetch, upload, organize, and distribute File, Ansible, and Python content....

Pulp 2.21.3

Pulp 2.21.3 is now available in the stable repositories: pulp-2-stable pulp-stable This release includes bugfixes for Pulp and RPM Support. Upgrading The Pulp 2 stable repositories are included in the pulp repo files: Fedora RHEL 7 After enabling the pulp-stable or...

Pulp Installer 3.5 new roles and new deployment scenarios

There have been some big changes to Pulp Installer in 3.5.0, in terms of the Ansible role structure, including breaking changes. Merely reading the release notes for individual changes does not paint a complete or clear picture, hence why we are writing this blog post. In short, we refactored the...

Pulp 2 Enters Maintenance Mode

In 2013, the release of Pulp 2 made huge strides in creating an extendable framework for managing several content types. Over the last number of years, the Pulp team have examined user deployments to continue improving Pulp’s capabilities as a content management platform. This led to the release of Pulp...

Pulp 2.21.2

Pulp 2.21.2 is now available in the stable repositories: pulp-2-stable pulp-stable This release includes bugfixes for Pulp, Python Support, and RPM Support. Upgrading The Pulp 2 stable repositories are included in the pulp repo files: Fedora RHEL 7 After enabling the...

Pulp 3 in One Container

Installing Pulp 3 and getting all the the services running can be challenging. In an effort to make these steps optional, we have been working on creating a single container image that has all the services needed to run Pulp 3. The initial version of this image is now available...

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