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Red Hat Satellite 6.11

Product notes, new features, and known issues for Red Hat Satellite.

Red Hat Satellite Documentation Team

Abstract

This document contains product notes, brief descriptions of new features, and known issues for Red Hat Satellite.

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Chapter 1. Introducing Red Hat Satellite 6.11

These release notes highlight major changes, enhancements, technology preview items, known issues, deprecated functionality, and removed functionality you must take into consideration when deploying this release of Red Hat Satellite 6. Notes for updates released during the support lifecycle of this Red Hat Satellite 6 release will appear in the advisory text associated with each update.

1.1. Major Changes

This release of Red Hat Satellite 6 features the following major changes:

Connected and Disconnected servers supported on RHEL 7 and RHEL 8
With this release, both connected and disconnected Satellite Servers and Capsule Servers are supported on RHEL 7 and RHEL 8.
Support for RHEL 9 clients
Red Hat Satellite 6.11 supports RHEL 9 hosts; the name of the repository for RHEL 9 is satellite-client-6-for-rhel-9-<arch>-rpms, where <arch> must be replaced by the required architecture.
Upgrading Satellite Server and Capsule Server installations from RHEL 7 to RHEL 8

With Red Hat Satellite 6.11, you can upgrade your Satellite Server and Capsule Server installations from Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 7 to version 8 in two different ways:

New Hosts Page

Red Hat Satellite 6.11 introduces a new Hosts page as a Technology Preview.

For more information, see Section 1.3, “Technology previews”.

No Support for Mixed Versions
In a disconnected environment, if some of your Satellite servers are on different versions, content import and content export do not work. All of your Satellite servers must be on the same version.
Product Version-Specific Maintenance Tools

Beginning with this release, maintenance tools are no longer provided from a global repository. A repository specific to the product version is used instead to better identify correctly referenced repositories.

The respective repository names are rhel-7-server-satellite-maintenance-6.11-rpms (for RHEL 7) and satellite-maintenance-6.11-for-rhel-8-x86_64-rpms (for RHEL 8).

Puppet integration optional and disabled by default

The integration of Puppet servers and Red Hat Satellite that allows you to manage hosts using Puppet inside Red Hat Satellite is now optional.

If you have a fresh installation of Red Hat Satellite and want to use Puppet, you must first enable it. If you do not intend to use Puppet after your upgrade to Red Hat Satellite 6.11, you can disable it.

For more information, see Managing Configurations Using Puppet Integration in Red Hat Satellite.

Run Pulp 3 on Python 3.8
Pulp 3 does not function on Python 3.6. During the upgrade to Red Hat Satellite 6.11, users are upgraded to Python 3.8.
Red Hat Satellite 6.11 repository changes

With this release, the Satellite Client repository replaces the Satellite Tools repository.

Note that the Satellite Client repository does not include the hammer packages. The Satellite Client repository includes the following packages: katello-host-tools, gofer, qpid-proton, rubygem-foreman_scap_client.

Additionally, the following repositories are added or changed in Red Hat Satellite 6.11 :

  • The Satellite-Utils repository is an option to run on the client for all supported versions of RHEL 7 and RHEL 8.
  • The Satellite-Maintenance repository now denotes minor versions (such as Red Hat Satellite 6.11) rather than only major versions (such as Red Hat Satellite 6).
Change to Capsule certificate archive
The contents of the Capsule certificate archive have changed. Consequently, you must regenerate the certificate archive when upgrading a Capsule server. For more details on the regeneration, see Upgrading Capsule Servers.
New default port for communication with Red Hat Subscription Management (RHSM) API on Capsule servers
With this release, Capsule Servers accept communication for the RHSM API on port 443 by default. The formerly used port 8443 is now deprecated and remains open only for existing content hosts that do not get an automatic configuration update.
Module-based installation on RHEL 8
With this release, module-based installation of Satellite Server and related packages on RHEL 8 is supported.

1.2. Enhancements

This release of Red Hat Satellite 6 features the following enhancements:

Inter-Server Synchronization improvements

Red Hat Satellite 6.11 improves configuration of inter-server synchronization (ISS) between two Satellite Servers in a multi-server Satellite setup.

There are different ways of using ISS:

  • ISS Network Sync in a Disconnected Scenario
  • ISS Export Sync in an Air-Gapped Scenario
Content Publication workflow simplification

With this release, the Content Views UI is updated to simplify the Content Publication workflow.

You can now use the following procedures in your workflows:

  • Create a simple Content View
  • Publish a Content View with the Content View promoted to the Library Environment by default
  • Add the upstream CentOS repositories to your Content View
  • View the module streams of the repositories in your Content Views
  • Filter Content Views to include or exclude specific packages
  • Filter Content Views containing Yum content to include or exclude specific packages, package groups, errata, or module streams
  • Create a new Lifecycle Environment
Registration and preview templates
With Red Hat Satellite 6.11, previewing a global registration template does not require the selection of a host. Additionally, you can now preview the host_init_config template on any host, not only on the managed ones.
Improved behavior for configuring and running remote jobs

Satellite Servers now differentiate between infrastructure (Satellite Server or Capsule Server registered as hosts) and regular hosts. As a result, Red Hat Satellite 6.11 allows for preventing users from running remote jobs on infrastructure hosts.

To run remote jobs on infrastructure hosts, your user role must have the execute_jobs_on_infrastructure_hosts permission. This permission is enabled by default for the Manager, Site Manager, and Remote Execution Manager roles.

If you need the execute_jobs_on_infrastructure_hosts permission, contact your administrator.

Provisioning improvements
With Red Hat Satellite 6.11, provisioning templates has an icon available.
Simplified host content source changing
Red Hat Satellite 6.11 provides the Update packages option to update all packages on the host upon registration.
Modified global setting: Subscription connection enabled

The content_disconnected global setting is changed to subscription_connection_enabled and is a global setting to be configured each time you utilize a disconnected Satellite Server.

As a result, Satellite Server is now connected to the Red Hat Customer Portal by default, and you must manually select No by going to Admin > Settings in the Content tab if needed.

Note that you cannot connect to the Red Hat Customer portal if you select No.

New error signaling unsupported options in TASK-Filter

In this release, you are notified if you attempt to use unsupported options in TASK-Filter.

If you receive an Invalid Options error, run --help using foreman-tasks-cleanup.sh and foreman-tasks-export.sh to see the corrected execution command.

Cloud Connector configuration updated
With this release, the Cloud Connector configuration method is updated with a procedure to re-enable Cloud Connector. This update is applicable to Satellite Server 6.11 and later.
Improved adoption of Red Hat Insights
You can receive a link to the recommendation rule for each recommendation line provided by Red Hat Insights. You can also receive a Knowledgebase article link for all recommendation lines with an article available.
Virt-who configuration process improvement

With this release, Satellite’s Virt-who configuration is enhanced. This change facilitates the configuration of virtual machine subscriptions for Nutanix AHV.

For more information, see Creating a Virt-who Configuration.

New Content View Versions page
With this release, you can view the content types present in a Content View on the Content View Versions page.
Convert2RHEL data preparation automation

With Red Hat Satellite 6.11, you can use the Convert2RHEL Ansible role to automate the process of preparing the data for converting Centos and Oracle Linux servers to Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

The role uploads the manifests, prepares the repositories, creates products, creates hostgroups to share the configuration across hosts, and sets up activation keys.

For more information, see Converting a Host to Red Hat Enterprise Linux with Convert2RHEL.

1.3. Technology previews

Important

Technology Preview features are not supported with Red Hat production service-level agreements (SLAs) and might not be functionally complete. Red Hat does not recommend using them for production. These features provide early access to upcoming product features, enabling customers to test functionality and provide feedback during the development process. For more information, see Red Hat Technology Preview Features Support Scope.

The following features are available as Technology Previews in Red Hat Satellite:

New Hosts Page

Satellite introduces a new Hosts page that provides Host information. Plug-ins extend the page with cards, and the option to provide a tab page for the plug-in. Click the New UI tab on the Host details page to display the new Host page.

The new Host page includes:

  • Host details
  • Networking information
  • Power operations
  • Host status management
  • Recent jobs
  • Recent audits
  • Ansible
  • Insights

Additionally, the new Host page allows you to rebuild, clone or delete the host.

You can set default behavior to display either the new Host page or the existing Host page. Set the behavior by navigating to Administer > Settings and on the General tab page, change the value of New host details UI.

Job invocation wizard

This release introduces a job invocation wizard in the Lab Features menu as a Technology Preview.

Options from the previous job invocation form remain the same in the job invocation wizard, and there are also new search options.

Note that the wizard is not enabled by default. You can enable it in settings by going to Administer > Settings > Show Experimental Lab.

OVAL / CVE Reporting Support

Satellite now includes the ability to scan systems for vulnerabilities using the OVAL standard data feed provided by Red Hat.

foreman_openscap contains the API to upload the OVAL content used to trigger the OVAL oscap scans. The results are parsed for CVEs and sent to Satellite which then generates reports of managed hosts and the CVEs that effect them.

Container-native virtualization plugin
Provisioning virtual machines with Container-Native Virtualization.
Kernel execution (kexec) template
Kernel execution template for PXE-less boot methods.

1.4. Known issues

The following known issues exist in Red Hat Satellite 6.11 at this time:

RHEL 8 FIPS mode failure with foreman-discovery-image package installation

When installing the foreman-discovery-image package on RHEL 8 with FIPS mode enabled, the package installation fails with the following error message: does not verify: no digest.

As a workaround, extract the ISO manually using the rpm2cpio foreman-discovery-image-XYZ.rpm | cpio -idmv command. Then convert the ISO to PXE files using the following procedure:

  1. ln -snf foreman-discovery-image-XYZ.iso fdi.iso
  2. discovery-iso-to-pxe fdi.iso
  3. mkdir -p /var/lib/tftpboot/boot/fdi-image
  4. cp ./tftpboot/vmlinuz0 /var/lib/tftpboot/boot/fdi-image/vmlinuz
  5. cp ./tftpboot/initrd0.img /var/lib/tftpboot/boot/fdi-image/initrd0.img
  6. chown -R foreman-proxy:root /var/lib/tftpboot/boot/fdi-image
  7. restorecon -RFv /var/lib/tftpboot/boot/fdi-image

    BZ#(2053913)

RHEL 9 as Guest OS is not available on VMware

You can select the RHEL version as the Guest OS while deploying a host with Red Hat Satellite’s VMWare compute resource. While the RHEL 9 Guest OS is available as an option, it is not currently configurable via Red Hat Satellite with VMware compute resource because RHEL 9 is not yet added to the underlying VMware library.

BZ#(2057314)

In-place upgrades fail to run installer in environemnts with insufficient resources

If you attempt an in-place upgrade from RHEL 7 to RHEL 8 on a Satellite Server with insufficient resources, your upgrade fails.

As a workaround, run the foreman-installer --disable-system-checks command after the RHEL 8 system has booted and logs indicate the installer has not run correctly.

BZ#(2092122)

In-place upgrades fail to resolve Ansible dependencies on RHEL 8.6

In-place upgrades from RHEL 7 to RHEL 8 fail to resolve Ansible dependencies on RHEL 8.6.

To work around this issue, run the rpm -e ansible ansible-test --nodeps command prior to the in-place upgrade.

BZ#(2089303)

Leapp utility does not properly enable the Satellite module

The Leapp utility does not properly enable the Satellite module.

To work around this issue, run the following commands prior to the upgrade:

  • # subscription-manager repo-override --repo=satellite-6.11-for-rhel-8-x86_64-rpms --add=module_hotfixes:1 (for Satellite Server)
  • # subscription-manager repo-override --repo=satellite-capsule-6.11-for-rhel-8-x86_64-rpms --add=module_hotfixes:1(for Capsule Server)

    BZ#(2091995)

Installing the Leapp utility does not work with the foreman-protector locking plug-in

As of the current release, you cannot install the Leapp utility using the yum install leapp command simultaneously with the foreman-protector locking plug-in.

To install the Leapp utility under these conditions, run the satellite-maintain packages install leapp command.

BZ#(2095506)

Host remediation issue during an upgrade to Red Hat Satellite 6.11

Remediating hosts that meet specific criteria via the Cloud Connector is not possible during the upgrade to Red Hat Satellite 6.11. The issue affects only the hosts that have at least one organization with a manifest imported from an account that is different than the account under which the Satellite Server is registered.

To work around this issue, do not click the Configure Cloud Connector button in the Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console during the upgrade to Red Hat Satellite 6.11.

As a result, your systems will be upgraded to Red Hat Satellite 6.11 with the receptor-based version, where multi-account support works as expected.

BZ#(2095598)

Provisioning of Grub 2 UEFI host fails with Capsule Servers running on RHEL 8.5 and later versions

Due to changes in the grub2-efi package, the base directory where Grub 2 searches for configuration files has changed. Consequently, attempts to provision a Grub 2 UEFI host from Capsule Servers running on Red Hat Enterpise Linux (RHEL) 8.5 or later versions of RHEL 8 fail.

To work around the issue, create relative symlinks in the /var/lib/tftpboot directory as follows:

/var/lib/tftpboot/EFI/redhat → ../../grub2

BZ#(2101818)

Large repositories do not synchronize on limited or slow networks

In environments with limited network or system speeds, attempts to synchronize large repositories fail with the following error: Katello::Errors::Pulp3Error: Response payload is not completed.

BZ#(2093028)

Creation of the virt-who configuration on the nutanix environment occasionally fails

During the creation of the virt-who configuration on the nutanix environment, the following error message occurs occasionally: Invalid option for hypervisor [ahv] for ui/CLI/API.

As a workaround, restart both the Satellite Servers and the virt-who service.

BZ#(2095187)

Non-enabled repository types appear occasionally in API documentation and examples

Because the apipie cache is generated statically rather than with a running instance of Red Hat Satellite 6.11, non-enabled repository types, such as deb and python, appear in the API documentation and examples occasionally.

BZ#(2043126)

Updates of foreman-protector packages on RHEL 8 fail when run with yum command

Attempts to update the foreman-maintain packages using the yum command fail on RHEL 8.

As a workaround, use the dnf command instead.

BZ#(2091900)

Shortname usage might cause breakages
Shortname usage on a Satellite Server or Capsule Server might cause breakages in certain workflows.

1.5. Deprecated functionality

The items in this section are either no longer supported or will no longer be supported in a future release:

Bootstrap.py
The bootstrap.py script used to register a host to Satellite or Capsule Server has been replaced with the curl command created with the global registration template.
Entitlements

Entitlement-based Subscription Management is deprecated and will be removed in a future release.

It is recommended to use Simple Content Access, which simplifies the entitlement experience for administrators in regards to subscriptions as a substitute.

Katello-agent
Katello-agent is deprecated and will be removed in a future release. Transition your workloads to use the Remote Execution feature.
Katello-ca-consumer package
The katello-ca-consumer package is deprecated and will be removed in a future release. Use the global registration template for registering a host to Red Hat Satellite.
:unattended: Setting
Previously, Red Hat Satellite has supported the :unattended setting in the settings.yaml file, but this has been deprecated and a future release will remove this setting. Red Hat Satellite will default to the true setting in the future.

1.6. Removed functionality

Puppet run API
Puppet run API has been removed in Red Hat Satellite 6.11.
Red Hat Satellite content ISOs
Red Hat Satellite content ISOs are not updated on the Customer Portal with this release. Use a connected Red Hat Satellite instance to generate an export dump to be imported on a disconnected instance of Red Hat Satellite.

Chapter 2. Key references

2.1. What is Red Hat Satellite

Red Hat Satellite is a system management solution that enables you to deploy, configure, and maintain your systems across physical, virtual, and cloud environments. Satellite provides provisioning, remote management and monitoring of multiple Red Hat Enterprise Linux deployments with a single, centralized tool.

Red Hat Satellite Server synchronizes the content from Red Hat Customer Portal and other sources, and provides functionality including fine-grained life cycle management, user and group role-based access control, integrated subscription management, as well as advanced GUI, CLI, or API access.

Red Hat Satellite Capsule Server mirrors content from Red Hat Satellite Server to share content across various geographical locations. Host systems can pull content and configuration from the Capsule Server in their location instead of from the central Satellite Server. The Capsule Server also provides localized services such as Puppet Master, DHCP, DNS, or TFTP. Capsule Servers assist you in scaling Red Hat Satellite as the number of managed systems increases in your environment.

2.2. Supported architecture

For an overview of supported architectures in Satellite, see Supported Client Architectures.

2.3. Content delivery network repositories and tools

This section describes the repositories required to install Red Hat Satellite.

You can install Red Hat Satellite through the Content Delivery Network (CDN). To do so, configure subscription-manager to use the correct repository for your operating system version and variant.

Run the following command to enable a CDN repository:

# subscription-manager repos --enable=reponame

Run the following command to disable a CDN repository:

# subscription-manager repos --disable=reponame

The following table lists the repositories for Satellite Server, Capsule Server, and Satellite Maintenance.

Table 2.1. Red Hat Satellite, Capsule, and Maintenance for RHEL 7 Server

Repository NameRepository Label

Red Hat Satellite 6.11 (for RHEL 7 Server) (ISOs, RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-7-server-satellite-6.11-{isos, rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Capsule 6.11 (for RHEL 7 Server) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-7-server-satellite-capsule-6.11-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Maintenance 6.11 (for RHEL 7 Server) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-7-server-satellite-maintenance-6.11-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Utils 6.11 (for RHEL 7 Server) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-7-server-satellite-utils-6.11-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Table 2.2. Red Hat Satellite, Capsule, and Maintenance for RHEL 8 Server

Repository NameRepository Label

Red Hat Satellite 6.11 for RHEL 8 x86_64 (ISOs, RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-6.11-for-rhel-8-x86_64-{isos, rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Capsule 6.11 for RHEL 8 x86_64 (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-capsule-6.11-for-rhel-8-x86_64-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Maintenance 6.11 for RHEL 8 x86_64 (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-maintenance-6.11-for-rhel-8-x86_64-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Utils 6.11 for RHEL 8 x86_64 (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-utils-6.11-for-rhel-8-x86_64-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

The following tables list the repositories for Red Hat Satellite Clients.

Table 2.3. Red Hat Satellite Client Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6

Repository NameRepository Label

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 (for RHEL 6 Server - ELS) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-6-server-els-satellite-client-6-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 (for RHEL 6 for System Z - ELS) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-6-for-system-z-els-satellite-client-6-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Table 2.4. Red Hat Satellite Client Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

Repository NameRepository Label

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 (for RHEL 7 Desktop) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-7-desktop-satellite-client-6-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 (for RHEL 7 Server) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-7-server-satellite-client-6-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 (for RHEL 7 Workstation) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-7-workstation-satellite-client-6-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 (for RHEL 7 for Scientific Computing) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-7-for-hpc-node-satellite-tools-7-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 (for RHEL 7 for IBM Power) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-7-for-power-satellite-client-6-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 (for RHEL 7 for IBM Power LE) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-7-for-power-le-satellite-client-6-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 (for RHEL 7 for System Z) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-7-for-system-z-satellite-client-6-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 (for RHEL 7 Server - Update Services SAP Solutions) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-7-server-e4s-satellite-client-6-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 (for RHEL 7 for IBM Power LE - Update Services SAP Solutions) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-7-for-power-le-e4s-satellite-client-6-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 (for RHEL 7 Server - TUS) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-7-server-tus-satellite-client-6-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 (for RHEL 7 Server - AUS) (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

rhel-7-server-aus-satellite-client-6-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Table 2.5. Red Hat Satellite Client Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8

Repository NameRepository Label

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 8 <arch> (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-8-<arch>-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 8 x86_64 - Extended Update Support (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-8-x86_64-eus-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 8 IBM z Systems - Extended Update Support (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-8-s390x-eus-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 8 Power, little endian - Extended Update Support (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-8-ppc64le-eus-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 8 ARM 64 - Extended Update Support (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-8-aarch64-eus-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 8 x86_64 - Update Services SAP Solutions (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-8-x86_64-e4s-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 8 Power, little endian - Update Services SAP Solutions (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-8-ppc64le-e4s-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 8 x86_64 - Telecommunications Update Service (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-8-x86_64-tus-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 8 x86_64 - Advanced Mission Critical Update Support (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-8-x86_64-aus-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Table 2.6. Red Hat Satellite Client for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9

Repository NameRepository Label

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 9 <arch> (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-9-<arch>-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 9 x86_64 - Extended Update Support (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-9-x86_64-eus-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 9 IBM z Systems - Extended Update Support (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-9-s390x-eus-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 9 Power, little endian - Extended Update Support (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-9-ppc64le-eus-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 9 ARM 64 - Extended Update Support (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-9-aarch64-eus-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 9 x86_64 - Update Services SAP Solutions (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-9-x86_64-e4s-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

Red Hat Satellite Client 6 for RHEL 9 Power, little endian - Update Services SAP Solutions (RPMS, Debug RPMS, Source RPMS)

satellite-client-6-for-rhel-9-ppc64le-e4s-{rpms, debug-rpms, source-rpms}

2.4. Deployment workflow and referential product documentation

For documentation regarding Satellite deployment and the necessary deployment workflow, see Satellite Overview, Concepts, and Deployment Considerations.

2.5. Product life cycle

For an overview of the life cycle phases for Red Hat Network Satellite and Red Hat Satellite and the status of support for these products, see Red Hat Satellite and Proxy Server Life Cycle.

2.6. Component versions

Red Hat Satellite is a combination of several upstream projects. For details of the major projects included, and the version of those projects included in each major and minor release of Red Hat Satellite, see Satellite 6 Component Versions.

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