I have created a new repository for installing Open OnDemand but after I subscribed my host, it does not see that repository when I do a yum repolist.
Steps I took:
- Created a product and yum repository called OOD and uploaded packages to it
- Added the product to a convent view called OOD-BCV (base content view) and published/promoted it
- Added the OOD-BCV content view to a composite view called FrozenChannel-2019 and published/promoted it
- Created an activation key called OOD and set it to use the FrozenChannel-2019 content view
- Enabled the OOD repository under the OOD activation key
- Set my host to use the FrozenChannel-2019 content view
- Subscribed my host to the OOD activation key
- Ran subscription-manager refresh, yum clean all, yum repolist
However, yum repolist does not show the OOD repository (but I can see my others). Nor does subscription-manger repos --list show the repo. I see no failed tasks or any other errors. I have tried rebuilding the host from scratch to no avail either.
I would greatly appreciate if someone could point me towards what I’m doing wrong!
After subscribing and refreshing the yum metadata, a yum repolist should show the new repository.
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Katello server: CentOS Linux release 7.6.1810 (Core)
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