On miércoles, 21 de abril de 2021 17:20:52 (CEST) Robert Martens wrote:
So this is what I am looking at?
Hard to tell, since you didn't specify what your GPG key issues are.
But if you are talking about the GPG keys not being trusted at the clients,
then yes. That's what you need if you use salt.
> On Apr 21, 2021, at 10:17 AM, Julio González Gil
>> Greetings! I have a Uyuni instance with,
primarily, Leap 15.2 servers and
>> am wondering what is the best way to add repositories, especially in
>> to work around the GPG key issues I have been running into.
> Depends on what GPG key problems you are are talking, as in this case
> are two:
> 1. Running reposync
> This one can be fixed by syncing once usign CLI (spacewalk-repo-sync) as
> that will ask if you want to trust the GPG key from the repository. At
> that point you can "trust always", and subsequent reposyncs will just
> work, from CLI, WebUI, API or any other method.
> 2. Installing the packages at the clients
> As the clients do not trust the GPG key, you need to somehow trust it.
> The best approach is using salt and a salt state, or otherwise adding the
> GPG key to the bootstrap script (if used).
> It's what we describe for the Client Tools, as it's precisely this case:
> As for how to add the repositories:
> 1. To the server:
> 2. Then of course you need to add the new channel to clients:
> - New clients: use activation keys
> - Existing clients: There are several ways but find myself using System
> Manager and System Groups, to avoid doing the change to each client
> On miércoles, 21 de abril de 2021 15:54:35 (CEST) Bob Martens wrote:
Julio González Gil
Release Engineer, SUSE Manager and Uyuni