For me, this sounds as one of the "signing" CA of RedHat's servers is not trusted by "you".Am 2. November 2017 05:13:12 MEZ schrieb "Vipul Sharma (DevOps)" <sharma vipul in g4s com>:
>We are using registered system through 'Google-Cloud' - I have copied
>everything very carefully from RHEL.repo into spacewalk, Including all
>.cert & .pem files.
>Just unable to figure out what's wrong with it for the time being -
>On Wed, Nov 1, 2017 at 5:36 PM, Michael Mraka
><michael mraka redhat com>
>> Vipul Sharma (DevOps):
>> > Hi Robert,
>> > I need your 'HELP' - I went according to your configuration for
>> > RHEL repos into 'Spacewalk' - But, I'm facing some issues while
>> > that, Can you be humble enough to take a look into my issue --
>> > *This is the error -*
>> > 10:01:26 | Channel: rhel-base
>> > 10:01:26 ==============================
>> > 10:01:26 Sync of channel started.
>> > 10:01:26 Repo URL:
>> > https://cdn.redhat.com/content
>> > 10:01:27 ERROR: failure: repodata/repomd.xml from
>> > content_dist_rhel_server_7_7Se
rver_x86_64_os: [Errno 256] No more
>> > to try.
>> > *https://cdn.redhat.com/conten
>> > <https://cdn.redhat.com/conten
>> > [Errno 14] curl#60 - "Peer's certificate issuer has been marked as
>> > trusted by the user."*
>> > 10:01:27 Sync of channel completed in 0:00:00.
>> > 10:01:27 Total time: 0:00:00
>> > ------------------------------
>> > My Spacewalk server is running unauthorized CA-CERT, Is this
>> > that ?
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>> Michael Mráka
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