The product content repository sets displayed for enable and disable overrides may show content that will never be available on the registered client host. For example, kickstart content will never appear in the host's redhat.repo file but it is listed in the UI. The logic built into the subscription-manager (or RHSM? not sure of best term?) is not replicated in the Satellite server code.
Having both 6Server and 5Server content sets available under a subscription means that both will show up on the content host's "Product Content" tab. The redhat.repo file, however, will only be populated with the content set that matches its version (eg. just the 6Server content will show up in the redhat.repo file on a 6Server host). Kickstart content sets also are displayed when they too will not be in the redhat.repo.
Candlepin needs to provide a mechanism to query what the redhat.repo file really looks like on the client.
Created from redmine issue http://projects.theforeman.org/issues/6104
*** Bug 1106466 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Upstream bug component is Candlepin
*** Bug 1402794 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This was addressed in Satellite 6.3 by adding the ability to limit views. IF you have upgraded to 6.3 and you are still seeing this, pelase feel free to re-open with additional information.