Re: [Spacewalk-list] Server not creating/updating /var/cache/rhn after upgrade

2018-02-22 Thread Alexandru Raceanu
I've hit similar issues after the upgrading 2.6 -> 2.7 Try following: Go to Admin -> Task Schedules Click on one schedule name ( eg. auto-errata-default ) and then Update schedule button. Do this for all schedules. You will notice that the "Active From" date will be updated with a more recent

Re: [Spacewalk-list] Server not creating/updating /var/cache/rhn after upgrade

2018-02-22 Thread Glennie, Jonathan - 0443 - MITLL
Thank you very much Alex, after performing those steps everything seems to have cleaned itself up nicely! I had also noticed (but forgot to mention) that many of the jobs didn't seem to show up in the Task Engine Status section of the Web UI. Once we updated each schedule, the Task Engine

Re: [Spacewalk-list] Server not creating/updating /var/cache/rhn after upgrade

2018-02-22 Thread Ivan Zenteno
Follow this bug from RedHat, https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1445428#c2 that works for me like a charm 2018-02-22 14:16 GMT-06:00 Glennie, Jonathan - 0443 - MITLL < jrgle...@ll.mit.edu>: > Thank you very much Alex, after performing those steps everything seems to > have cleaned

Re: [Spacewalk-list] Fix yum repo definitions on spacewalk clients

2018-02-22 Thread Ivan Zenteno
I'm assuming you're talking about this bug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1445428 with apache version 2018-02-19 10:10 GMT-06:00 Isaac Hailperin : > Thank you Alex. It turns out my understanding was incomplete. Disabling > repos is indeed an option, and

Re: [Spacewalk-list] Server not creating/updating /var/cache/rhn after upgrade

2018-02-22 Thread Glennie, Jonathan - 0443 - MITLL
We have selinux disabled. Any idea what is supposed to trigger the taskomatic actions? I noticed in the web UI that it is set up with a custom quartz format to run "0 * * * * ?", not sure if that is normal or not but it doesn't seem like it. I'm guessing that the reposync commands set a flag