Need to figure out how to register hosts originally built in RHSat5/Spacewalk into TFM/Katello. It would appear that http:///pub/bootstrap.py should accomplish this.
New client registered in TFM/Katello
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CentOS7, fully patched.
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[ERROR], [2019-11-22 12:35:36], EXITING: [subscription-manager-migration not found] failed to execute properly.
I’m working my way through implementation of TFM/Katello to replace RHSat5/Spacewalk. The TFM host is running CentOS 7, and I’m attempting to register a CentOS 7 client originally provisioned from Spacewalk into the new TFM/Katello host. I don’t find a subscription-manager-migration RPM in my content views, nor does it appear to be available for anything other than Fedora. I can successfully provision CentOS 7 hosts without issue from TFM/Katello.
Am I barking up the wrong tree? What have I done improperly?
The subscription-manager packages are available in epel repository and I can see subscription-manager-migration also,
Sync the appropriate repository as per,
You would need to add it in content view, publish it in correct environment and it should work.
That’s providing a version of subscription-manager that’s rather older than what’s coming in the CentOS repositories… and when running bootstrap.py now, I’m getting:
Error: Package: subscription-manager-migration-1.17.6-1.el7.centos.x86_64 (kt-bootstrap)
You could try using --skip-broken to work around the problem
You could try running: rpm -Va --nofiles --nodigest
[ERROR], [2019-11-26 09:31:14], EXITING: [/usr/bin/yum -y install subscription-manager
'subscription-manager-migration-*'] failed to execute properly.
I see the subscription-manager-migration-data package would apparently be available through RH, but that’s not going to do me much good for CentOS (or Oracle Linux.)
Back to tinkering.