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Missing package in Satellite
When trying to install cockpit on a new RHEL 7.9 install, the install of the cockpit-dashboard package fails due to [Errno 14] HTTPS Error 404 - Not Found. The version yum wants to install is 195.12-1.el7_9 from rhel-7-server-extras-rpms repo.
When I check in Satellite, it lists 21 different versions of cockpit-dashboard, including cockpit-dashboard-195.12-1.el7_9.x86_64. However, when I navigate to the path below, there is only one .rpm for cockpit-dashboard there, and it is not the correct version.
That is the path listed by yum when it fails to find the package. The only version there is cockpit-dashboard-195.5-2.el7.x86_64.rpm. I tried installing the older version, but when I yum update, it fails attempting to install the updated version.
1) Is there a way I can download and place that package on Satellite so it will be available for yum from clients? Not sure where I would be able to get the package from.
2) Is there a reason it wouldn't just download all the versions it lists in the Satellite GUI for that repo?
On the Satellite, in Content -> Content Views, can you see when the "CV-RHEL7" Content View was last Published & Promoted to the "Production" Lifecycle environment?
Thank you for replying. Yes, the content view was last published on January 4, and promoted to Prod on January 19.
And if you click on the latest version on the content view, click "rpm Packages" and search for this "name ^ cockpit-dashboard and version = 195", what does it give you?