Migrating proxy npm repo in nexus 3

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I have npm-all(group), npm-install(hosted), and npmjs-org(proxy), npm repos defined in nexus3. I want to populate the npm proxy repo on a machine connected to the net and then migrate it to a nexus server on machine which is offline. I can see a task in nexus 3 to backup/restore the entire orient db, but cannot do it for a particular repo. I want to populate my npm proxy repo with npm packages in an offline env.
Jun 22, 2018 in DevOps Tools by Atul
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I don't think you can achieve this with an internal mechanism. What you can try is either host all the packages on a repository or just a proxy repo server connected to the internet while provisioning. Take it off the internet later when the provisioning is done.

answered Jun 22, 2018 by DareDev
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