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NAME

aptly-publisher - tool for easy creation of Aptly multi component publishes

DESCRIPTION

usage: aptly-publisher [-h] [-v] [-d] [--dry] [--timeout TIMEOUT] --url URL
[--recreate] [--no-recreate] [--force-overwrite]
[--publish-contents] [--acquire-by-hash] [--components COMPONENTS [COMPONENTS ...]] [--storage STORAGE] [-p PUBLISH [PUBLISH ...]] [-c CONFIG] [--dists DISTS [DISTS ...]] [--architectures ARCHITECTURES [ARCHITECTURES ...]] [--only-latest] [--source SOURCE] [--target TARGET] [--packages PACKAGES [PACKAGES ...]] [--diff] [--hard] [-r RESTORE_FILE] [-s SAVE_DIR] [-x PREFIX] action

positional arguments:

action
Action to perform (publish, promote, cleanup, restore, dump, purge)

optional arguments:

-h, --help
show this help message and exit

Common:

-v, --verbose

-d, --debug

--dry, --dry-run

--timeout TIMEOUT
Aptly client timeout. Raise for larger publishes and slow server.
--url URL
URL to Aptly API, eg. http://localhost:8080
--recreate
Drop publish and create it again, only way to add new components
--no-recreate
Never recreate publish (even when we are adding new components where it's the only option)
--force-overwrite
Overwrite files in pool/ directory without notice
--publish-contents
Publish contents. It's slow so disabled by default to support large repositories.
--acquire-by-hash
Use Acquire-by-hash option. This may help with repository consistency.
--components COMPONENTS [COMPONENTS ...]
Space-separated list of components to promote or restore or to purge (in case of purge)
--storage STORAGE
Storage backend to use for all publishes, can be empty (filesystem, default), swift:[name] or s3:[name]
-p PUBLISH [PUBLISH ...], --publish PUBLISH [PUBLISH ...]
Space-separated list of publish

Action 'publish':

-c CONFIG, --config CONFIG
Configuration YAML file
--dists DISTS [DISTS ...]
Space-separated list of distribution to work with (including prefix), default all.
--architectures ARCHITECTURES [ARCHITECTURES ...]
List of architectures to publish (also determined by config, defaults to amd64, i386)
--only-latest
Publish only latest packages of every publishes

Action 'promote':

--source SOURCE
Source publish to take snapshots from. Can be regular expression, eg. jessie(/?.*)/nightly
--target TARGET
Target publish to update. Must be format if source is regex, eg. jessie{0}/testing
--packages PACKAGES [PACKAGES ...]
Space-separated list of packages to promote
--diff
Show differences between publishes (snapshots to be updated)

Purge:

--hard
Remove all unused packages and snapshots

Action 'restore':

-r RESTORE_FILE, --restore-file RESTORE_FILE
File used to restore publish

Action 'dump':

-s SAVE_DIR, --save-dir SAVE_DIR
Path of where dump of publish will be done
-x PREFIX, --prefix PREFIX
Prefix for dump files' names

SEE ALSO

The full documentation for aptly-publisher is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and aptly-publisher programs are properly installed at your site, the command
info aptly-publisher

should give you access to the complete manual.

August 2019 aptly-publisher 0.12.10-2