Please take a look at this bug.
Hi Liu Song,
This issue can't be resolved at this point because it is a Beta compose what is pushed into HTB repos. Once we will push snapshot there, this should go away.
*** Bug 1573573 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This should be resolved in snapshot composes.
Jaroslav Fedor, got it. We will start the snapshot testing once the content is ready.
This has no impact on how repos are populated. Repositories are enabled by default according certificate that is installed with redhat-release pkg. It should contain the right one now.
There is a misunderstanding for the purpose of this bug.
The purpose of this bug is to change the Meta Data in https://bugzilla.redhat.com/attachment.cgi?id=1429429 so that repo rhel-6-workstation-htb-rpms will be enabled(ACTIVE) by default.
I assume RCM has the ability to correct the Meta Data. Is this true?
Oh, okay, I see what is the issue now.
I checked and yes, those repos are not enabled.
The thing that concerns me is that these workstation htb repos were not active at all.
I open a codereview (https://code.engineering.redhat.com/gerrit/#/c/137927/), to fix these changes.
(In reply to Jaroslav Fedor from comment #10)
> I checked and yes, those repos are not enabled.
Clarification... ONLY the "rhel-6-workstation-htb-rpms" repo should be ACTIVE (enabled by default)
These other repos should remain DISABLED
Why these 5 repos should be disabled? Disabled means that customers are not able to consume it. Correct me if I am wrong.
I was tryinh to active repo, but already found duplicated (already active) repos. I reverted the change.
I submitted a new change that enables only rhel-6-workstation-htb-rpms.