Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1255721
RHEL 5 OS objects are named differently as RHEL6 and 7
Last modified: 2017-01-12 10:13:01 EST
Created attachment 1065559 [details]
Scrrenshot of issue
Description of problem:
OS objects created from the syncing of a kickstart repo have a different format as OS objects created as a result from a client doing a yum update to a different minor version.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Actually, this is a different format for RHEL5 then for RHEL6 and 7.
I ran a test with Satellite 6.1.4 and I am not seeing the behavior described; therefore, wondering if perhaps it was either resolved during z-stream or if my test scenario may be different.
Scenario (all from UI):
- Content-> Red Hat Subscriptions : import a manifest
- Content -> Red Hat Repositories : enable Kickstart repos for Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 5.9, 6.7 & 7.1
- Content -> Sync Status : select all 3 repos and initiate a sync
- Once the sync is finished : view the created Operating Systems at 'Hosts -> Operating systems'
- observe that the following were created:
- RedHat 5.9
- RedHat 6.7
- RedHat 7.1
Is this similar to what you performed?
If not, can you highlight what may be different?
Also, would it be possible for you to try a test on the lastest (Satellite 6.1.4)?
I am no longer on this site and I also was not there when they did this, so I am not entirely sure how they managed to do this. I just observed this when I visited. They were using a disconnected sat6 then (has been reinstalled as a connected since). So, it might be the issue is with the content iso's
Moving 6.2 bugs out to sat-backlog.
This is an older bug which I do not envision being fixed in the near term. I am closing this out. If you believe doing so is an issue, please feel free to re-open and provide additional business information. Thank you.