Provided by: cdist_5.1.3-1_all
cdist-type__zypper_repo - Repository management with zypper
zypper is usually used on the SuSE distribution to manage repositories.
state Either "present" or "absent" or "enabled" or "disabled", defaults to "present" · present - make sure that the repo is available, needs uri and repo_desc for all following states, the repo can be searched via repo_id or uri · absent - drop the repo if found + · enabled - a repo can have state disabled if installed via zypper service (ris), in this case, you can enable the repo · disabled - instead of absent (drop), a repo can also set to disabled, which makes it inaccessible uri If supplied, use the uri and not the object id as repo uri. repo_desc If supplied, use the description and not the object id as repo description, only used if the state is present and the repo has to be created repo_id If supplied, use the id and not the object id as repo id, can be used with state absent, enabled and disabled
# Ensure testrepo in installed __zypper_repo testrepo --state present --uri http://url.to.your.repo/with/path # Drop repo by repo uri __zypper_repo testrepo --state absent --uri http://url.to.your.repo/with/path # Drop repo by id number (attention: repos are always numbered from 1 to max) __zypper_repo testrepo --state absent --repo_id 1 # enable repo by id __zypper_repo testrepo2 --state enabled --repo_id 2 # enable repo by uri __zypper_repo testrepo3 --state enabled --uri http://url.to.your.repo/with/path # disable a repo works like enabling it __zypper_repo testrepo4 --state disabled --repo_id 4
Daniel Heule <hda--@--sfs.biz>
Copyright (C) 2013 Daniel Heule. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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