On the same host, the package is not available via yum:
yum install clustershell
Updating Subscription Management repositories.
No match for argument: clustershell
Error: Unable to find a match: clustershell
packages should be available to hosts to install via yum/dnf
Foreman and Proxy versions:
Foreman * Version 3.2.1 Foreman and Proxy plugin versions:
Distribution and version:
CentOS Stream release 8
Other relevant data:
subscription-manager refresh or re-registering the hosts did not resolve the issue. Could not see something relevant in the logs.
The system is running with no issues for the last couple of months.
Please carefully read the URL I have quoted before from your repos output. I have posted the URL to the content view Centos_9_Stream. Your download URL is the URL for the default organizational view. That’s not the view your client is using… Check the content view URL and it should be missing the rpm.
I’m not sure I understand.
The current content view is on the latest version (ver 4). Should I update to another version with no new repos?
There are no rpms at https://katello/pulp/content/MYORG/Library/Centos_9_Stream/custom/Centos_9_Stream/EPEL.
There a least two sub directories to get to any package. like in the url posted earlier (Packages and c).
A content view version is a snapshot in time. It doesn’t change anymore. When there are new packages synced into a repository you’ll need to publish a new content view version. Otherwise the new package won’t go into the content view and clients using that content view will never see the new package.
Yes. You have to go into the directories to see which rpms are in the view.
Again, please carefully compare the URLs you have used with mine:
You have used this for wget:
The content view repo starts like this:
The full URL for wget in the content view would be: https://katello/pulp/content/MYORG/Library/Centos_9_Stream/custom/Centos_9_Stream/EPEL/Packages/c/clustershell-1.9-1.el9.noarch.rpm
This URL does not exist because the latest version of the content view is outdated and does not contain it until you publish a new version.