Description of problem:
I am not sure is this deliberate, but the default subscription repos now contains ansible 2.8 while they contained ansible 2.7 previously:
The manual for upgrading to 4.7 (CFME 5.10) (https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_cloudforms/4.7/html-single/migrating_to_red_hat_cloudforms_4.7/index#preparing_for_migration46) says to use the 2.7 repo. This is strange.
What should the user do (or what should happen) when he already updated to, let's say, 5.10.6 (with ansible 2.7) and his CFME updates then to 5.10.7 which does seem to change the update repos. Should he execute the yum update again?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot cfme Version 184.108.40.206.20190712211518_68f0bf9
2. Go to configuration > CFME Region "Region 0 " > RH Updates
there is ansible 2.8 repo in the default repos in CFME, but the doc about updating to CFME 5.7 contains 2.7 repo
the doc matches the defaults
The move to Ansible 2.8 was intentional