Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 750351
expired subscriptions are still bound to the consumer
Last modified: 2015-05-14 11:23:26 EDT
Description of problem:
expired subscriptions are still binded to the consumer
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Created a rhui consumer.
2. Add a 60 day Supported Red Hat Update Infrastructure for Cloud Providers Evaluation subscription that expired on 10/28/11.
3. On 10/31/11, I noticed the 60 day Supported Red Hat Update Infrastructure for Cloud Providers Evaluation subscription was removed from the main subscription list.
4. When I viewed the the rhui consumer list seven consumers still had the expired subscription displayed on the details page. All the consumers have the name "cloud1".
Expired subscriptions display on consumer details page after expiration.
Expired subscriptions should be purged on the expiration date.
Not 100% sure what is being requested here.
Are we looking to have expired entitlements filtered? or be automatically revoked by candlepin?
Would marking them as expired on the web UI be another option? This seems like it could be useful.
This bug is regarding subscriptions that are bound to a consumer, not the Available Subscription list. The subscription should no longer be bound to the consumer when it has passed its expiration date.
Revocation should already be handled.
Fix submitted in:
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Since IT is triggering refresh pools off of expiry, the solution was to unbind expired subscriptions during refresh pools.
Refresh pools will now remove any expired subscriptions, along with any of its associated pools, and will revoke consumer's entitlements from these pools.
Marking all community bugs modified or beyong as closed.