Red Hat Satellite Blog: September 2014 archives

  • Satellite 6 is Here… We Hope You Enjoy It

    The Satellite Team is proud to announce the release of Satellite 6.0. This release is the culmination of several years of collaboration between some incredibly active open source communities, many savvy and technically strong customers, and a very passionate Red Hat engineering team. We have worked together upstream, and downstream through two Managed Design Programs, and two beta cycles. First and foremost, thank you for your efforts and the feedback which have helped us to deliver this next...
    Posted 2014-09-08T13:27:14+00:00 - 34
  • Satellite 6.0 Bare Metal Provisioning Without DHCP

    Satellite 6.0 provisioning fully supports booting over the network (PXE) but it is not always possible to have DHCP and TFTP services under the control of the Satellite server. For these cases, Satellite ships with a plug-in called Bootdisk that allows you to create ISO files that can be written to CD or DVD, or to USB sticks or memory cards. There are two types of boot disk that you can create: per-host and generic images. Two Types of Images You can use the host and subnet data in Satellite...
    Posted 2014-09-02T18:32:39+00:00 - 4
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