Red Hat Satellite is one of the best system management solutions by which you can deploy, configure, and maintain your systems; it can be physical, virtual, or cloud environments. Satellite is single pane tool for provisioning, remote management and monitoring of multiple Red Hat Enterprise Linux deployments.
Open Satellite Server Web Console, Content -> Subscriptions -> Manage Manifest
Update Exported URL of connected satellite server under Content -> Subscriptions -> Manage Manifest
Under Administer -> Setting -> Content
Content -> RedHat Repositories
To change default download policy, follow below steps on Red Hat Satellite WebUI.
Administer > Settings > Content > Select "Default Repository download policy" > set "immediate"
To change download policy of already enabled repository through WebUI.
Content > products > select "Product" > select "repository" > select "Download Policy" > choose the policy
To set download policies for all enabled repositories in Red Hat Satellite 6.
- Changing download policy to 'immediate'. # foreman-rake katello:change_download_policy DOWNLOAD_POLICY=immediate - Changing download policy to 'on-demand'. # foreman-rake katello:change_download_policy DOWNLOAD_POLICY=on_demand
Refer How to change download policy of repositories in Red Hat Satellite 6 ? for more details.
Make sure all the repos enabled are synced without any errors. Content -> Sync Status
Content -> Sync Plans > Create Sync Plan
Create a content view and enable the repositories inside content view. Content -> Content Views
Segregate based on OS version contents. Content -> Activation Keys -> Create Activation Key
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