1) Upload manifest
2) Enable any Red Hat repository
3) Sync it and don't promote it.
At the point after steps 1->3 there is no way to actually remove this repository from the Library.
- The UI offers no way to create a deletion changeset in the library
- The CLI blocks deletions from the Library with a confusing error message:
# katello -u admin -p admin repo delete --id=67
Repository cannot be deleted since it has already been promoted. Using a changeset, please delete the repository from existing environments before deleting it.
we need to be able to properly delete Red Hat content that is no longer used
We currently Provide a way to delete repos from library if they have not been published in a content view. To do so, simply go to the "Red Hat repositories" page and 'disable' the repo in question. Is that sufficient?
I was going to say this is acceptable but I can't really test it until this is fixed:
I want to test if you can delete the repo after all CVs using the repo are deleted.
Moving to ON_QA
Marking this as verified, but found a different issue when user (perhaps erroneously) tries to remove RH content via bulk actions.
Verified in Satellite-6.0.4-RHEL-6-20140806.0
This was delivered with Satellite 6.0 which was released on 10 September 2014.