In Red Hat Satellite 6.2, there is a new script that allows users to migrate machines from other Red Hat system management platforms such as Sat 5, RHSM, etc. to a Red Hat Satellite 6 environment.
A conceptual introduction of and procedure on how to use this script must be documented.
This will land on the Satellite in an RPM called 'katello-client-boostrap', it will install the bootstrap.py into:
Clients will be able to access this file via curl/wget:
chmod +x ./bootstrap.py
Merge requests and bugfixes will be fixed ASAP, probably over the course of the next week or so.
(In reply to Mike McCune from comment #18)
> This will land on the Satellite in an RPM called 'katello-client-boostrap',
> it will install the bootstrap.py into:
> Clients will be able to access this file via curl/wget:
> wget http://satellite6.example.com/pub/bootstrap.py
> chmod +x ./bootstrap.py
> Merge requests and bugfixes will be fixed ASAP, probably over the course of
> the next week or so.
Mike, don't we want to have some 'branding' in place for this script? (satellite instead of katello/foreman naming, etc.). If we do, am I supposed to file a BZ for that?
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