Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1270706
[DOC][CSAT] Virt-who description is wrong
Last modified: 2016-11-08 12:26:51 EST
Can you please look at the following section and let me know if anything is incorrect?
Laura, it looks good from virt-who perspective, but I'm not familiar with subscription-manager that well. It would be better if someone from Satellite6 team recheck it. Chris, can you take a look?
On the step "Create a virt-who configuration file", there should be an opening bracket ('[') in front of "libvirt]".
Everything looks good as far as subscription-manager goes.
It might be worth mentioning somewhere in there that running subscription-manager remove --all followed by subscription-manager attach --auto will not necessarily result in attaching to the same pools (the ones that were removed).
add to this BZ1285599
*** Bug 1285599 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
To list available subscriptions for system type virtual:
`subscription-manager list --avail --match-installed | grep 'Virtual' -B12'
The subscriptions listed here are those that match the installed products, are available, and are for virtual systems only.
Choose from those listed and attach using the pool id:
`subscription-manager attach --<POOL_ID_HERE>`
Chris can you supply me with some sample output?
Output for the first command:
Subscription Name: Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES (Basic for Virtualization)
Provides: Red Hat Beta
Oracle Java (for RHEL Server)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server
Pool ID: ------------------------------
Service Level: Basic
Service Type: L1-L3
System Type: Virtual
I have removed the SKU number and the Pool ID from the above output.
Output for the second command:
Successfully attached a subscription for: Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES (Basic for Virtualization)
Excellent! Thank you Chris!
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