“Security errata applicable” is still shown after all available updates were installed. Executing “recalculate” doesn’t change anything.
Only “foreman-rake katello:import_applicability” seems to refresh the errata status.
Is this a limitation of “remote execution”?
I’m using Katello 18.104.22.168/Foreman 2.1.4. The client is based on RHEL8.2, katello-host-tools and katello-host-tools-tracer is installed.
I haven’t been able to reproduce this using pulp3 and a the same version of subscription-manager, etc.
$ sudo subscription-manager version
server type: Red Hat Subscription Management
subscription management server: 22.214.171.124-Unknown
subscription management rules: 5.40
Your situation is confusing because the “import_applicabilty” should only affect pulp2.
I’ll present this scenario again today to another team member, and we may open an issue.
@tonido until a later Katello release, right now version 4.0.0, both pulp2 and pulp3 are installed in parallel. Eventually all content will be supported by pulp3, and pulp2 will be removed/unsupported.
You can check to see which pulp service is hosting which content types by looking at the Infrastructure->Smart Proxies-> (your katello host) -> Services tab.
-registered an older RHEL version to katello
-updated all available packages using remote execution (+reboot)
-number of applicable errata reduced but 4 avdisories (rhsa) are still listed as applicable:
But these advisories were also installed (“yum update” returns “Nothing to do.”).
Any ideas why they are still listed?