Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 211480
New installation numbers should get written to disk
Last modified: 2013-01-10 05:12:31 EST
If hardware info is automatically activated, the resulting IN should be written
to disk (overwriting any existing IN). If any INs are activated from the access
a subscription screen, the most recent one should be written to disk.
r104651 should fix this. I didn't test every possible case though.
Using rhn_register TUI, I used a debugging installation number and successfully
registered the system.
No file exists in /etc/sysconfig/rhn/install-num
rhn_register (Red Hat Network Client Tools) 0.2.5-1.el5
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added a fix in tui to save the install num to disk when a subscriptionWindow is
to test, remove any available install num and rhn_register --nox it should
create a new install_num file and wirte the num to disk under
The install-num file is written to disk after it has successfully been
determined to produce entitlements.
Verified as of rhn_register (Red Hat Network Client Tools) 0.3.2-1.el5