Sync and install RPMs from Redhat Satellite Server

Once you login to Redhat Satellite server

1) Create/Choose Organization if you wish to use other than default organization.

2) Import Manifest to get access to Redhat content

Content-> Redhat Subscription -> Browse  ->upload manifest

Manifest successfully imported.

3) Enable repositories to sync from Redhat Content delivery network (CDN)

Content -> Redhat Repositories

And then respective repos: rpms, source rpms, isos, docker stuff ..etc

For ex: rpms -> Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server (RPMs) 

And required version

4) Now Syncronize

Content-> products

Select the repo which you enabled and then “Sync now”

it will take little time based on your network.

5)  Then make content view available for systems.

Content -> Content views -> Create a content view

And select the repositories from the list.

Once its added,  you can view this under List/Remove

6) Then publish a new version into library.  Then all systems subscribed to library environment.

7) Then promote this to other environment if needed. For ex; Dev, QA..etc

8) Activate keys to register systems

content -> Activation keys-> new activation key -> Add

9) Once done with setting up activation key:

install certification rpm system which needs to be registered.

Run the command listed in “details” on system which needs to be registred to environment.

For ex: subscription-manager register –org=”demo” –activationkey=”rhel6.6″

10) yum repolist should show satelitte repo.

11) Go ahead and install packages.

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