supportconfigis in the
supportutilspackage. If you are using one of my VMs, it's already installed.
Also how do I create locally-managed file? I only see a link them (0 files) on the Configuration-Overview page. When I go into a system I don't see anything for locally-managed like spacewalk has or uyuni documentation shows.
Also digging into versioning.
zypper info uyuni_serverreturns version
2020.01-7.1.uyuniwhile the website shows 2020.03 bottom left. Why don't the version numbers match up?
@juliogonzalez please take a look at that. It's true
zypper info patterns-uyuni_server returns
2020.01-7.1.uyuni. We may need some adjustment to our release scripts
@EthanB11 this is only the second release with this YYYY.MM versioning schema, it seems we have something hardcoded somewhere
@paususe I entered a issue on github for the locally-managed files issue. uyuni-project/uyuni#2060
hey, sorry for the late reply: I think the problem is that's a Salt minion. Local config files work on traditional stack clients (system type = Management). For Salt clients (system type = Salt), you need to use state channels. Centrally-managed configuration channels work on both traditional and Salt clients. You can create a state channel from the main menu > Configuration > Channels > Create State Channel.
Headings from Spacewalk 2.9 Configuration (Overview - View/Modify Files - Add Files - Deploy Files - Compare Files - Manage Configuration Channels)
if you try that on Uyuni with a traditional client, you'll see Overview - View/Modify Files - Add Files - Manage Configuration Channels. You'll notice for traditional clients, there is no Formulas tab on top. Also, no idea why we don't show "Compare Files" and "Deploy Files", @renner do you know?
Source : python-tornado-6.0.2-1.el8.src.rpm Repository : susemanager:bootstrap