In the documentation on Importing Puppet Modules [from Git] here:
…one of the examples shows how to use pulp-puppet-module-builder to create a local repository of modules that can then be imported (file:///path). The example includes creating a "/modules" directory on the local filesystem. However, the Celery process doesn't have access to read most locations by default (SELinux).
My workaround was to set my location's (/srv/puppet-modules) context to system_u:object_r:httpd_sys_content_t:s0.
I originally attempted to use celery_t, but SELinux wouldn't allow that.
Is there a better context for this?