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Re: [Spacewalk-list] Client check-in frequency?



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Albert Bryndza wrote:
> "Schedule a reboot" or "remove packages" runs at "earliest occurrence" -
> which is about 1 minute after the event goes into effect.  This, of
> course, is dependent on the frequency at which the client "checks in" to
> the Spacewalk server.
> 
>  
> 
> I noticed that it's a 2-4 hour wait, at times.  Is there any possibility
> to increase the frequency at which clients "check in?"  Or, perhaps, a
> way to "push" commands out to clients instead of waiting for them to
> "check in?"
> 
>  

Please take a look at OSAD in the yum repositories.  It is a daemon that
runs on the client machines that does messaging with the server to have
near instant execution of scheduled actions.

Thanks.
Brandon
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