On 04/22/2009 06:56 PM, Mike McCune wrote:
Ah great, I didn't know a ticket was opened.
William Leese wrote:
> - After a client has updated it's packages, it still reports that
> requires updates.
> I read that this would be solved in a future update to
> and spacewalk-java. I have however found no later package than
> the 13th of april.
This is still OPEN in bugzilla:
My guess I did something wrong here. I honestly think I had a repodata
underneath the tree path directory, but I cleaned everything up
yesterday and used the copy from cd method instead. Perhaps there could
be an extra check or another bullet point on the relevant page
(kickstart/add distribution), to avoid this problem in the future.
> Anyhow, after the installer boots and anaconda starts, I get the
> following error
> "Unable to read metadata. This may be due to a missing repodata
> directory................. can't find repository: anaconda-......."
> So I'm missing the repodata directory. That's right, I just
> the packages. So I createrepo-ed the directory containing the
> to no avail.
> Any idea what's going wrong here?
* What does the "Tree Path" field say on the Kickstart ->
page in your GUI?
* Does that path have underneath it a tree-path/repodata directory? So
if your Tree Path is:
you would want to see:
The above sounds like you ran createrepo from within the RPMs directory.
Try running from the same dir as your 'Tree Path'.
The reason why this all went wrong, was that I used the following
which merely concerns itself with pulling in the packages with reposync
and pushing them into the channel, with no regard to how to setup
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