Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 191146
Activation Key Config Auto Deploy fails with "Illegal Function Call Attempted"
Last modified: 2009-08-21 23:03:35 EDT
Description of problem:
When bootstrapping the system we have a config channel included in one of the
activation keys. This results in 3 scheduled activities:
1) Activation Key Config File Deployment
2) Activation Key Package Auto-Install
3) Activation Key Config Auto-Deploy
This last action structurally fails with "Illegal function call attempted". I
can find nothing in the log files about which function call it might be. But if
the action is rescheduled, it succeeds and the config files are deployed.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Satellite 4.0.6 on RHAS3_U6. Client is RHAS3_U6
Steps to Reproduce:
Config files are not deployed
Config files deployed
This is solved in Update 7.
I'm seeing this issue on a RHEL3U5 system, that has the most recent versions of
up2date, rpm, rhnlib, and all dependencies installed by the activation key.
I can, immediately after the activation is complete, run "rhncfg-client get" and
get the files. I can also schedule the deployment of the configs in the GUI,
then run rhn_check on the system. That works too.
It just does not work during the activation of the system.
This is in RHN410.
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seems to be fixed. Closing out. Please open a support ticket if further assistance is needed.