I upgraded Katello from 2.1 to 2.2 without any issue. Everything is
working great except for one thing: If I create a new activation key, and
register content hosts with it, the hosts are not subscribed to any
product. I've tried creating keys from scratch, copying working ones
(which existed in 2.1), changing the content view for the key, but nothing
seems to work. After the hosts register, I run:
[contenthost]# subscription-manager repos
This system has no repositories available through subscriptions.
I can manually add the subscriptions from the content-hosts administration
page in Katello. After this, all the repos show as expected.
Are there any known issues with Activation Keys, or is there some
workaround I need to employ to get systems registered using Activation Keys?
> Thanks will do. A (possibly) related issue may be that it seems that I
> can't enable a repo with yum-config-manager when said repo was disabled by
> clicking "override to no" in the activation key. I have puppet modules
> that enable and disable repositories based on hardware requirements. These
> no longer work and executing yum-config-manager --enable (or --enablerepo)
> <repo> has no effect.