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Re: [Spacewalk-list] [rhn-satellite-users] No trees were found for the selected channel



Hi All,

It seems, at first, it was a perms issues with httpd, tomcat  and
root. satellite-sync was making things root.root and the group needed
to be readable by both the httpd and tomcat users so I added httpd to
tomcat's group and tomcat to httpds and then chmod'd
/var/satellite/rhn/ to root.httpd.

This seemed to resolve the issue, but now, after I synced another
channel, those dirs are root.root and satellite finds the trees so
perhaps just the /var/satellite/rhn/kickstart dir needed to be 755
with root.httpd.

Not sure, I am going to look into it further.

It seems there is a lot of perm issues with satellite 5.3, I have
found a few and put medium priority tickets in with RH to make sure
they are addressed and don't give others problems.

Anyone else running into similar issues?

- A

On Sun, Apr 4, 2010 at 6:41 PM, Jeffrey Watts <jeffrey w watts gmail com> wrote:
> Have you patched 5.3 with all of the errata?  If you haven't, you may have
> run into the same bug I did.  In my instance, my organization name has a "&"
> in it and Satellite wasn't handling it properly.  This would manifest when
> trying to create kickstart profiles.
>
> Not using a & in your organization name or applying the errata will fix that
> particular problem.
>
> Jeffrey.
>
> On Sat, Apr 3, 2010 at 3:30 PM, Aaron Lippold <lippold gmail com> wrote:
>>
>> Hi All,
>>
>> I just setup a new 5.3 satellite and I synced the RHEL5-x86_64 and the
>> rhn-network-tools channel of the same. However, when I got into the
>> Systems -> Kickstart -> Create New Profile I am not getting any
>> kickstartable trees found.
>>
>> However, my satellite-sync log says it found the 5 kickstart trees and
>> was happy to import them.
>>
>> Just wondering if anyone has seen this error yet and knows how to fix it.
>>
>> I have provisioning entitlements etc.
>>
>> I know how cobbler does this but just not sure where the integrated
>> satellite/cobbler bits are looking to find the distros etc from the
>> satellite interface side.
>>
>> Thoughts?
>>
>> - Aaron
>>
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