This problem is similar to Remote execution - update/reboot succeeded - security errata still shown as applicable and Content host shows installable updates (package updates) that are already installed and running.
I am running Pulp version 2.
Pulp Version 2.0.0 Pulp server version 2.21.3 Database connection Messaging connection Workers 6 Supported Content Types deb puppet yum Pulpcore Version 2.0.0 Supported Content Types docker file
I am able to update packages by selecting them under
host --> content --> errata and then selecting the list of all of the errata.
The task status shows “success” but it says that no package has been installed.
When I look into the client using
yum update I see that the packages have been updated/installed.
However the number of errata stays same in foreman web UI and hammer also reports the same.
I have run
foreman-rake katello:import_applicability and that didn’t fix the issue either.
# subscription-manager version server type: Red Hat Subscription Management subscription management server: 184.108.40.206-Unknown subscription management rules: 5.41 subscription-manager: 1.24.26-3.el7_8
Status should be pristine in web UI.
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Both client and server are RHEL7.
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