A new Tale - Pulp gets queueless distributed task workers

Pulp is about to introduce a new replacement for its tasking system. This complete redesign comes with a much simpler architecture that will drop the need for the resource-manager, the last singleton in the Pulp 3 infrastructure. Additionally, the distributed nature of the new task worker type drops the use...

Pulp Community Update (May/June 2021)

7 Questions for you! We know your time is precious, so this year we thinned out our survey to comprise of only seven questions. The seventh question is just an open box, where we hope you can tell us anything that you might think is useful to help us...

Pulp Community is Leaving Freenode

A few weeks ago, we asked for feedback about the Freenode situation, since then, we’ve been discussing this on pulp-list@redhat.com and also on our new GitHub Discussions community area. Matrix is now our main channel of communication. You can find all of our Matrix channels here:...

Pulp 3.13 is now Generally Available

As well as a myriad of bugfixes and documentation improvements, this release contains some notable new features and enhancements. Let’s take a look at the headline items of this release. Control how many repo versions you retain #8368 Repository versioning was one of the main features introduced with...

Pulp @ Community Central

Last week, Brian Bouterse gave a talk entitled Using Pulp 3 - Simpler and Faster, which included a comprehensive overview of Pulp 3, as well as a demo of some of the main Pulp workflows for different content types using our brand new Pulp 3 CLI. The Pulp 3...

Freenode IRC & the Pulp Community

One of our main communication channels as a community has been Freenode IRC. We maintain a Matrix bridge to Freenode but require all users to register with Freenode because of spam and to ensure that both Matrix and Freenode users see each other’s messages. As you’re probably aware, there have...

Pulp Community Update (April 2021)

If you have any questions or updates you would like to share, we would be delighted to hear from you at pulp-list@redhat.com. Pulpcore 3.12 is Generally Available! One of the headline features of this release is an enhancement to Pulpcore so that when the content of a...

Pulp 3.12.0 is Generally Available!

Let’s take a look at the main updates and enhancements as part of this release. This release also includes a plethora of bugfixes as well as some nice enhancements to Pulpcore and the Plugin API. For a full overview of changes, check out the changlog. Support added for...

Pulp Community Update (March 2021)

If you have any questions or updates you would like to share, we would be delighted to hear from you at pulp-list@redhat.com. DevConf.cz videos are now available! While DevConf.cz took place at the end of February, it took a while for the videos from the sessions to...

Pulp Installer - Information & Overview

Over on the #pulp channel on IRC, a user asked about how the Pulp community came to the decision to move towards using an Ansible installer for Pulp 3 rather than RPM system packages that were used for Pulp 2 installations. He wanted to understand why Pulp took this direction...

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