API Guide

Red Hat Satellite 6.5-beta

A guide to using the Red Hat Satellite Representational State Transfer (REST) API

Red Hat Satellite Documentation Team

Abstract

The Red Hat Satellite 6.4 Representational State Transfer (REST) API guide explains the concepts behind a REST API and provides example usage for various types of requests. This provides a basis for administrators and developers to write custom scripts and integrate Red Hat Satellite with third-party applications.

Chapter 1. Introduction

Red Hat Satellite provides a Representational State Transfer (REST) API. The API provides software developers and system administrators with control over their Red Hat Satellite environment outside of the standard web interface. The REST API is useful for developers and administrators who aim to integrate the functionality of Red Hat Satellite with custom scripts or external applications that access the API over HTTP.

1.1. Overview of the Red Hat Satellite API

The benefits of using the REST API are:

  • Broad client support — any programming language, framework, or system with support for HTTP protocol can use the API.
  • Self-descriptive — client applications require minimal knowledge of the Red Hat Satellite infrastructure because a user discovers many details at runtime.
  • Resource-based model — the resource-based REST model provides a natural way to manage a virtualization platform.

You can use the REST API to perform the following tasks:

  • Integrate with enterprise IT systems.
  • Integrate with third-party applications.
  • Perform automated maintenance or error checking tasks.
  • Automate repetitive tasks with scripts.

1.2. Satellite API Compared to Hammer CLI Tool

For many tasks, you can use both Hammer and Satellite API. You can use Hammer as a human-friendly interface to Satellite API. For example, to test responses to API calls before applying them in a script, use the --debug option to inspect API calls that Hammer issues: hammer --debug organization list.

In the background, each Hammer command first establishes a binding to the API, then sends a request. This can have performance implications when executing a large number of Hammer commands in sequence. In contrast, a script communicating directly with the API. Therefore, you must manually update scripts that use API, while Hammer automatically reflects changes in the API. For more information, see the Hammer CLI Guide.

Chapter 2. API Reference

The full API reference is available on your Satellite Server at https://satellite6.example.com/apidoc/v2.html. Be aware that even though versions 1 and 2 of the Satellite 6 API are available, Red Hat only supports version 2.

2.1. Understanding the API Syntax

The built-in API reference shows the API route, or path, preceded by an HTTP verb:

HTTP_VERB API_ROUTE

To work with the API, construct a command using the curl command syntax and the API route from the reference document:

$ curl --request HTTP_VERB \                   1
--insecure \                                   2
--user sat_username:sat_password \             3
--data @file.json \                            4
--header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \ 5
--header"Content-Type:application/json" \      6
API_ROUTE \                                    7
| python -m json.tool                          8
1
To use curl for the API call, specify an HTTP verb with the --request option. For example, --request POST.
2
Add the --insecure option to skip SSL peer certificate verification check.
3
Provide user credentials with the --user option.
4
For POST and PUT requests, use the --data option to past JSON formatted data. For more information, see Section 4.1.1, “Passing JSON Data to the API Request”.
5 6
When passing the JSON data with the --data option, you must specify the following headers with the --header option. For more information, see Section 4.1.1, “Passing JSON Data to the API Request”.
7
Use the API route in the following format: https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/activation_keys. In Satellite 6, version 2 of the API is the default. Therefore it is not necessary to use v2 in the URL for API calls.
8
Pipe the output through the Python json.tool module to make the results section easier to read.

2.1.1. Using the GET HTTP Verb

Use the GET HTTP verb to get data from the API about an existing entry or resource.

Example

This example requests the amount of Satellite hosts:

Example request:

$ curl --request GET --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/hosts | python -m json.tool

Example response:

{
  "total": 2,
  "subtotal": 2,
  "page": 1,
  "per_page": 20,
  "search": null,
  "sort": {
    "by": null,
    "order": null
  },
  "results":
output truncated

The response from the API indicates that there are two results in total, this is the first page of the results, and the maximum results per page is set to 20. For more information, see Section 2.2, “Understanding the JSON Response Format”.

2.1.2. Using the POST HTTP Verb

Use the POST HTTP verb to submit data to the API to create an entry or resource. You must submit the data in JSON format. For more information, see Section 4.1.1, “Passing JSON Data to the API Request”.

Example

This example creates an activation key.

  1. Create a test file, for example, activation-key.json, with the following content:

    {"organization_id":1, "name":"TestKey", "description":"Just for testing"}
  2. Create an activation key by applying the data in the activation-key.json file:

    Example request:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:application/json" --request POST \
    --user sat_username:sat_password --insecure \
    --data @activation-key.json \
    https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/activation_keys \
    | python -m json.tool

    Example response:

    {
        "id": 2,
        "name": "TestKey",
        "description": "Just for testing",
        "unlimited_hosts": true,
        "auto_attach": true,
        "content_view_id": null,
        "environment_id": null,
        "usage_count": 0,
        "user_id": 3,
        "max_hosts": null,
        "release_version": null,
        "service_level": null,
        "content_overrides": [
    
        ],
        "organization": {
            "name": "Default Organization",
            "label": "Default_Organization",
            "id": 1
        },
        "created_at": "2017-02-16 12:37:47 UTC",
        "updated_at": "2017-02-16 12:37:48 UTC",
        "content_view": null,
        "environment": null,
        "products": null,
        "host_collections": [
    
        ],
        "permissions": {
            "view_activation_keys": true,
            "edit_activation_keys": true,
            "destroy_activation_keys": true
        }
    }
  3. Verify that the new activation key is present. In the Satellite web UI, navigate to Content > Activation keys to view your activation keys.

2.1.3. Using the PUT HTTP Verb

Use the PUT HTTP verb to change an existing value or append to an existing resource. You must submit the data in JSON format. For more information, see Section 4.1.1, “Passing JSON Data to the API Request”.

Example

This example updates the TestKey activation key created in the previous example.

  1. Edit the activation-key.json file created previously as follows:

    {"organization_id":1, "name":"TestKey", "description":"Just for testing","max_hosts":"10" }
  2. Apply the changes in the JSON file:

    Example request:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:application/json" --request PUT \
    --user sat_username:sat_password --insecure \
    --data @activation-key.json \
    https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/activation_keys/2 \
    | python -m json.tool

    Example response:

    {
        "id": 2,
        "name": "TestKey",
        "description": "Just for testing",
        "unlimited_hosts": false,
        "auto_attach": true,
        "content_view_id": null,
        "environment_id": null,
        "usage_count": 0,
        "user_id": 3,
        "max_hosts": 10,
        "release_version": null,
        "service_level": null,
        "content_overrides": [
    
        ],
        "organization": {
            "name": "Default Organization",
            "label": "Default_Organization",
            "id": 1
        },
        "created_at": "2017-02-16 12:37:47 UTC",
        "updated_at": "2017-02-16 12:46:17 UTC",
        "content_view": null,
        "environment": null,
        "products": null,
        "host_collections": [
    
        ],
        "permissions": {
            "view_activation_keys": true,
            "edit_activation_keys": true,
            "destroy_activation_keys": true
        }
    }
  3. In the Satellite web UI, verify the changes by navigating to Content > Activation keys.

2.1.4. Using the DELETE HTTP Verb

To delete a resource, use the DELETE verb with an API route that includes the ID of the resource you want to delete.

Example

This example deletes the TestKey activation key which ID is 2:

Example request:

$ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
--header "Content-Type:application/json" --request DELETE \
--user sat_username:sat_password --insecure \
https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/activation_keys/2 \
| python -m json.tool

Example response:

output omitted
    "started_at": "2017-02-16 12:58:17 UTC",
    "ended_at": "2017-02-16 12:58:18 UTC",
    "state": "stopped",
    "result": "success",
    "progress": 1.0,
    "input": {
        "activation_key": {
            "id": 2,
            "name": "TestKey"
output truncated

2.1.5. Relating API Error Messages to the API Reference

The API uses a RAILs format to indicate an error:

Nested_Resource.Attribute_Name

This translates to the following format used in the API reference:

Resource[Nested_Resource_attributes][Attribute_Name_id]

2.2. Understanding the JSON Response Format

Calls to the API return results in JSON format. The API call returns the result for a single-option response or for responses collections.

JSON Response Format for Single Objects

You can use single-object JSON responses to work with a single object. API requests to a single object require the object’s unique identifier :id.

This is an example of the format for a single-object request for the Satellite domain which ID is 23:

Example request:

$ curl --request GET --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/domains/23 | python -m json.tool

Example response:

{
    "id": 23,
    "name": "qa.lab.example.com",
    "fullname": "QA",
    "dns_id": 10,
    "created_at": "2013-08-13T09:02:31Z",
    "updated_at": "2013-08-13T09:02:31Z"
}

JSON Response Format for Collections

Collections are a list of objects such as hosts and domains. The format for a collection JSON response consists of a metadata fields section and a results section.

This is an example of the format for a collection request for a list of Satellite domains:

Example request:

$ curl --request GET --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/domains | python -m json.tool

Example response:

{
    "total": 3,
    "subtotal": 3,
    "page": 1,
    "per_page": 20,
    "search": null,
    "sort": {
        "by": null,
        "order": null
    },
    "results": [
        {
            "id": 23,
            "name": "qa.lab.example.com",
            "fullname": "QA",
            "dns_id": 10,
            "created_at": "2013-08-13T09:02:31Z",
            "updated_at": "2013-08-13T09:02:31Z"
        },
        {
            "id": 25,
            "name": "sat.lab.example.com",
            "fullname": "SATLAB",
            "dns_id": 8,
            "created_at": "2013-08-13T08:32:48Z",
            "updated_at": "2013-08-14T07:04:03Z"
        },
        {
            "id": 32,
            "name": "hr.lab.example.com",
            "fullname": "HR",
            "dns_id": 8,
            "created_at": "2013-08-16T08:32:48Z",
            "updated_at": "2013-08-16T07:04:03Z"
        }
    ]
}

The response metadata fields

API response uses the following metadata fields:

  • total — The total number of objects without any search parameters.
  • subtotal — The number of objects returned with the given search parameters. If there is no search, then subtotal is equal to total.
  • page — The page number.
  • per_page — The maximum number of objects returned per page.
  • limit — The specified number of objects to return in a collection response.
  • offset — The number of objects skipped before returning a collection.
  • search — The search string based on scoped_scoped syntax.
  • sort

    • by — Specifies by what field the API sorts the collection.
    • order — The sort order, either ASC for ascending or DESC for descending.
  • results — The collection of objects.

Chapter 3. Authenticating API Calls

Interaction with the Satellite API requires SSL authentication with Satellite Server CA certificate and authentication with valid Satellite user credentials. This chapter outlines the authenticating methods you can use.

3.1. SSL Authentication Overview

Red Hat Satellite uses HTTPS, which provides a degree of encryption and identity verification when communicating with a Red Hat Satellite Server. Satellite 6.5-beta does not support non-SSL communications.

Each Red Hat Satellite Server uses a self-signed certificate. This certificate acts as both the server certificate to verify the encryption key and the certificate authority (CA) to trust the identity of Satellite Server.

3.1.1. Configuring SSL Authentication

Use the following procedure to configure an SSL authentication for the API requests to Satellite Server.

Procedure

  1. Obtain a certificate from the Satellite Server with which you want to communicate using one of the following options:

    • If you execute the command from a remote server, obtain a certificate using SSH:

      $ scp root@satellite6.example.com:/var/www/html/pub/katello-server-ca.crt ./
    • If you execute the command directly on the Satellite Server, copy the certificate to the current directory:

      $ cp /var/www/html/pub/katello-server-ca.crt ./
  2. Use the API request with the --cacert katello-server-ca.crt option to verify the identity of the Satellite Server:

    $ curl --request GET \
    --user sat_username:sat_password \
    --header "Accept:application/json" \
    --cacert katello-server-ca.crt \
    https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/organizations \
    | python -m json.tool
  3. Create a Network Security Services (NSS) database to store the katello-server-ca.crt certificate:

    $ certutil -N -d sql:$HOME/.pki/nssdb
  4. Permanently include the certificate in the NSS database:

    $ certutil -d sql:$HOME/.pki/nssdb -A -t TC -n "Red Hat Satellite" \
    -i katello-server-ca.crt
  5. Verify that the certificate is present in the NSS database by entering the API request without the --cacert option:

    $ curl --request GET \
    --user sat_username:sat_password \
    https://satellite6.example.com/api/v2/hosts

3.2. HTTP Authentication Overview

All requests to the Satellite API require a valid Satellite user name and password. The API uses HTTP Basic Authentication to encode these credentials and add to the Authorization header. For more information about Basic Authentication, see RFC 2617 HTTP Authentication: Basic and Digest Access Authentication. If a request does not include an appropriate Authorization header, the API returns a 401 Authorization Required error

Important

Basic authentication involves potentially sensitive information, for example, it sends passwords as plain text. The REST API requires HTTPS for transport level encryption of plain text requests.

Some base64 libraries break encoded credentials into multiple lines and terminate each line with a newline character. This invalidates the header and causes a faulty request. The Authorization header requires that the encoded credentials be on a single line within the header.

3.3. OAuth Authentication Overview

As an alternative to basic authentication, you can use limited OAuth 1.0 authentication. This is sometimes referred to as 1-legged OAuth in version 1.0a of the protocol.

To view OAuth settings, in the Satellite web UI, navigate to Administer > Settings > Authentication. The OAuth consumer key is the token to be used by all OAuth clients.

Satellite stores OAuth settings in the /etc/foreman/settings.yaml file. Use the satellite-installer script to configure these settings, because Satellite overwrites any manual changes to this file when upgrading.

3.3.1. Configuring OAuth

To change the OAuth settings, enter the satellite-installer with the required options. Enter the following command to list all the OAuth related installer options:

# satellite-installer --full-help | grep oauth

Enabling OAuth mapping

By default, Satellite authorizes all OAuth API requests as the built-in anonymous API administrator account. Therefore, API responses include all Satellite data. However, you can also specify the Foreman user that makes the request and restrict access to data to that user.

To enable OAuth user mapping, enter the following command:

# satellite-installer --foreman-oauth-map-users true
Important

Satellite does not sign the header in an OAuth request. Anyone with a valid consumer key can impersonate any Foreman user.

3.3.2. OAuth Request Format

Use an OAuth client library to construct all OAuth parameters. Every OAuth API request requires the FOREMAN-USER header with the login of an existing Foreman user and the Authorization header in the following format:

--header 'FOREMAN-USER: sat_username' \
--header 'Authorization: OAuth oauth_version="1.0",oauth_consumer_key="secretkey",oauth_signature_method="hmac-sha1",oauth_timestamp=1321473112,oauth_signature=Il8hR8/ogj/XVuOqMPB9qNjSy6E='

Example

This example lists architectures using OAuth for authentication. The request uses a sat_username username in the FOREMAN-USER header. With the --foreman-oauth-map-users set to true, the response includes only architectures that the user has access to view. The signature reflects every parameter, HTTP method, and URI change.

Example request:

$ curl 'https://satellite6.example.com/api/architectures' \
--header 'Content-Type: application/json' \
--header 'Accept: application/json,version=2' \
--header 'FOREMAN-USER: sat_username' \
--header 'Authorization: OAuth oauth_version="1.0",oauth_consumer_key="secretkey",oauth_signature_method="hmac-sha1",oauth_timestamp=1321473112,oauth_signature=Il8hR8/ogj/XVuOqMPB9qNjSy6E='

Chapter 4. API Requests in Different Languages

This chapter outlines sending API requests to Red Hat Satellite with curl, Ruby, and Python and provides examples.

4.1. API Requests with curl

This section outlines how to use curl with the Satellite API to perform various tasks.

Red Hat Satellite requires the use of HTTPS, and by default a certificate for host identification. If you have not added the Satellite Server certificate as described in Section 3.1, “SSL Authentication Overview”, then you can use the --insecure option to bypass certificate checks.

For user authentication, you can use the --user option to provide Satellite user credentials in the form --user username:password or, if you do not include the password, the command prompts you to enter it. To reduce security risks, do not include the password as part of the command, because it then becomes part of your shell history. Examples in this section include the password only for the sake of simplicity.

Be aware that if you use the --silent option, curl does not display a progress meter or any error messages.

Examples in this chapter use the Python json.tool module to format the output.

4.1.1. Passing JSON Data to the API Request

You can pass data to Satellite Server with the API request. The data must be in JSON format. When specifying JSON data with the --data option, you must set the following HTTP headers with the --header option:

--header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
--header "Content-Type:application/json"

Use one of the following options to include data with the --data option:

  1. The quoted JSON formatted data enclosed in curly braces {}. For example:

    --data {"organization_id":1, "name":"TestKey", "description":"Just for testing"}
  2. The unquoted JSON formatted data enclosed in a file and specified by the @ sign and the filename. For example:

    --data @_file_.json

    Using external files for JSON formatted data has the following advantages:

    • You can use your favorite text editor.
    • You can use syntax checker to find and avoid mistakes.
    • You can use tools to check the validity of JSON data or to reformat it.

Validating a JSON file

Use the json_verify tool to check the validity of a JSON file:

$ json_verify < test_file.json

4.1.2. Retrieving a List of Resources

This section outlines how to use curl with the Satellite 6 API to request information from your Satellite deployment. These examples include both requests and responses. Expect different results for each deployment.

Listing Users

This example is a basic request that returns a list of Satellite resources, Satellite users in this case. Such requests return a list of data wrapped in metadata, while other request types only return the actual object.

Example request:

$ curl --request GET --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/users | python -m json.tool

Example response:

{
    "page": 1,
    "per_page": 20,
    "results": [
        {
            "admin": false,
            "auth_source_id": 1,
            "auth_source_name": "Internal",
            "created_at": "2018-09-21 08:59:22 UTC",
            "default_location": null,
            "default_organization": null,
            "description": "",
            "effective_admin": false,
            "firstname": "",
            "id": 5,
            "last_login_on": "2018-09-21 09:03:25 UTC",
            "lastname": "",
            "locale": null,
            "locations": [],
            "login": "test",
            "mail": "example@domain.com",
            "organizations": [
                {
                    "id": 1,
                    "name": "Default Organization"
                }
            ],
            "ssh_keys": [],
            "timezone": null,
            "updated_at": "2018-09-21 09:04:45 UTC"
        },
        {
            "admin": true,
            "auth_source_id": 1,
            "auth_source_name": "Internal",
            "created_at": "2018-09-20 07:09:41 UTC",
            "default_location": null,
            "default_organization": {
                "description": null,
                "id": 1,
                "name": "Default Organization",
                "title": "Default Organization"
            },
            "description": "",
            "effective_admin": true,
            "firstname": "Admin",
            "id": 4,
            "last_login_on": "2018-12-07 07:31:09 UTC",
            "lastname": "User",
            "locale": null,
            "locations": [
                {
                    "id": 2,
                    "name": "Default Location"
                }
            ],
            "login": "admin",
            "mail": "root@example.com",
            "organizations": [
                {
                    "id": 1,
                    "name": "Default Organization"
                }
            ],
            "ssh_keys": [],
            "timezone": null,
            "updated_at": "2018-11-14 08:19:46 UTC"
        }
    ],
    "search": null,
    "sort": {
        "by": null,
        "order": null
    },
    "subtotal": 2,
    "total": 2
}

4.1.3. Creating and Modifying Resources

This section outlines how to use curl with the Satellite 6 API to manipulate resources on the Satellite Server. These API calls require that you pass data in json format with the API call. For more information, see Section 4.1.1, “Passing JSON Data to the API Request”.

Creating a User

This example creates a user using --data option to provide required information.

Example request:

$ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
--header "Content-Type:application/json" --request POST \
--user sat_username:sat_password --insecure \
--data "{\"firstname\":\"Test Name\",\"mail\":\"test@example.com\",\"login\":\"test_user\",\"password\":\"password123\",\"auth_source_id\":1}" \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/users | python -m json.tool

Modifying a User

This example modifies first name and login of the test_user that was created in Creating a User.

Example request:

$ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
--header "Content-Type:application/json" --request PUT \
--user sat_username:sat_password --insecure \
--data "{\"firstname\":\"New Test Name\",\"mail\":\"test@example.com\",\"login\":\"new_test_user\",\"password\":\"password123\",\"auth_source_id\":1}" \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/users/8 | python -m json.tool

4.2. API Requests with Ruby

This section outlines how to use Ruby with the Satellite API to perform various tasks.

Important

These are example scripts and commands. Ensure you review these scripts carefully before use, and replace any variables, user names, passwords, and other information to suit your own deployment.

4.2.1. Creating Objects Using Ruby

This script connects to the Red Hat Satellite 6 API and creates an organization, and then creates three environments in the organization. If the organization already exists, the script uses that organization. If any of the environments already exist in the organization, the script raises an error and quits.

#!/usr/bin/ruby

require 'rest-client'
require 'json'

url = 'https://satellite6.example.com/api/v2/'
katello_url = "#{url}/katello/api/v2/"

$username = 'admin'
$password = 'changeme'

org_name = "MyOrg"
environments = [ "Development", "Testing", "Production" ]

# Performs a GET using the passed URL location
def get_json(location)
  response = RestClient::Request.new(
    :method => :get,
    :url => location,
    :user => $username,
    :password => $password,
    :headers => { :accept => :json,
    :content_type => :json }
  ).execute
  JSON.parse(response.to_str)
end

# Performs a POST and passes the data to the URL location
def post_json(location, json_data)
  response = RestClient::Request.new(
    :method => :post,
    :url => location,
    :user => $username,
    :password => $password,
    :headers => { :accept => :json,
    :content_type => :json},
    :payload => json_data
  ).execute
  JSON.parse(response.to_str)
end

# Creates a hash with ids mapping to names for an array of records
def id_name_map(records)
  records.inject({}) do |map, record|
    map.update(record['id'] => record['name'])
  end
end

# Get list of existing organizations
orgs = get_json("#{katello_url}/organizations")
org_list = id_name_map(orgs['results'])

if !org_list.has_value?(org_name)
  # If our organization is not found, create it
  puts "Creating organization: \t#{org_name}"
  org_id = post_json("#{katello_url}/organizations", JSON.generate({"name"=> org_name}))["id"]
else
  # Our organization exists, so let's grab it
  org_id = org_list.key(org_name)
  puts "Organization \"#{org_name}\" exists"
end

# Get list of organization's lifecycle environments
envs = get_json("#{katello_url}/organizations/#{org_id}/environments")
env_list = id_name_map(envs['results'])
prior_env_id = env_list.key("Library")

# Exit the script if at least one life cycle environment already exists
environments.each do |e|
  if env_list.has_value?(e)
    puts "ERROR: One of the Environments is not unique to organization"
    exit
  end
end

 # Create life cycle environments
environments.each do |environment|
  puts "Creating environment: \t#{environment}"
  prior_env_id = post_json("#{katello_url}/organizations/#{org_id}/environments", JSON.generate({"name" => environment, "organization_id" => org_id, "prior_id" => prior_env_id}))["id"]
end

4.2.2. Using Apipie Bindings with Ruby

Apipie bindings are the Ruby bindings for apipie documented API calls. They fetch and cache the API definition from Satellite and then generate API calls on demand. This example creates an organization, and then creates three environments in the organization. If the organization already exists, the script uses that organization. If any of the environments already exist in the organization, the script raises an error and quits.

#!/usr/bin/tfm-ruby

require 'apipie-bindings'

org_name = "MyOrg"
environments = [ "Development", "Testing", "Production" ]

# Create an instance of apipie bindings
@api = ApipieBindings::API.new({
  :uri => 'https://satellite6.example.com/',
  :username => 'admin',
  :password => 'changeme',
  :api_version => 2
})

# Performs an API call with default options
def call_api(resource_name, action_name, params = {})
  http_headers = {}
  apipie_options = { :skip_validation => true }
  @api.resource(resource_name).call(action_name, params, http_headers, apipie_options)
end

# Creates a hash with IDs mapping to names for an array of records
def id_name_map(records)
  records.inject({}) do |map, record|
    map.update(record['id'] => record['name'])
  end
end

# Get list of existing organizations
orgs = call_api(:organizations, :index)
org_list = id_name_map(orgs['results'])

if !org_list.has_value?(org_name)
  # If our organization is not found, create it
  puts "Creating organization: \t#{org_name}"
  org_id = call_api(:organizations, :create, {'organization' => { :name => org_name }})['id']
else
  # Our organization exists, so let's grab it
  org_id = org_list.key(org_name)
  puts "Organization \"#{org_name}\" exists"
end

# Get list of organization's life cycle environments
envs = call_api(:lifecycle_environments, :index, {'organization_id' => org_id})
env_list = id_name_map(envs['results'])
prior_env_id = env_list.key("Library")

# Exit the script if at least one life cycle environment already exists
environments.each do |e|
  if env_list.has_value?(e)
    puts "ERROR: One of the Environments is not unique to organization"
    exit
  end
end

 # Create life cycle environments
environments.each do |environment|
  puts "Creating environment: \t#{environment}"
  prior_env_id = call_api(:lifecycle_environments, :create, {"name" => environment, "organization_id" => org_id, "prior_id" => prior_env_id })['id']
end

4.3. API Requests with Python

This section outlines how to use Python with the Satellite API to perform various tasks.

Important

These are example scripts and commands. Ensure you review these scripts carefully before use, and replace any variables, user names, passwords, and other information to suit your own deployment.

Example scripts in this section do not use SSL verification for interacting with the REST API.

4.3.1. Creating Objects Using Python

This script connects to the Red Hat Satellite 6 API and creates an organization, and then creates three environments in the organization. If the organization already exists, the script uses that organization. If any of the environments already exist in the organization, the script raises an error and quits.

#!/usr/bin/python

import json
import sys

try:
    import requests
except ImportError:
    print "Please install the python-requests module."
    sys.exit(-1)

# URL to your Satellite 6 server
URL = "https://satellite6.example.com"
# URL for the API to your deployed Satellite 6 server
SAT_API = "%s/katello/api/v2/" % URL
# Katello-specific API
KATELLO_API = "%s/katello/api/" % URL
POST_HEADERS = {'content-type': 'application/json'}
# Default credentials to login to Satellite 6
USERNAME = "admin"
PASSWORD = "changeme"
# Ignore SSL for now
SSL_VERIFY = False

# Name of the organization to be either created or used
ORG_NAME = "MyOrg"
# Name for life cycle environments to be either created or used
ENVIRONMENTS = ["Development", "Testing", "Production"]


def get_json(location):
    """
    Performs a GET using the passed URL location
    """

    r = requests.get(location, auth=(USERNAME, PASSWORD), verify=SSL_VERIFY)

    return r.json()


def post_json(location, json_data):
    """
    Performs a POST and passes the data to the URL location
    """

    result = requests.post(
        location,
        data=json_data,
        auth=(USERNAME, PASSWORD),
        verify=SSL_VERIFY,
        headers=POST_HEADERS)

    return result.json()


def main():
    """
    Main routine that creates or re-uses an organization and
    life cycle environments. If life cycle environments already
    exist, exit out.
    """

    # Check if our organization already exists
    org = get_json(SAT_API + "organizations/" + ORG_NAME)

    # If our organization is not found, create it
    if org.get('error', None):
        org_id = post_json(
            SAT_API + "organizations/",
            json.dumps({"name": ORG_NAME}))["id"]
        print "Creating organization: \t" + ORG_NAME
    else:
        # Our organization exists, so let's grab it
        org_id = org['id']
        print "Organization '%s' exists." % ORG_NAME

    # Now, let's fetch all available life cycle environments for this org...
    envs = get_json(
        SAT_API + "organizations/" + str(org_id) + "/environments/")

    # ... and add them to a dictionary, with respective 'Prior' environment
    prior_env_id = 0
    env_list = {}
    for env in envs['results']:
        env_list[env['id']] = env['name']
        prior_env_id = env['id'] if env['name'] == "Library" else prior_env_id

    # Exit the script if at least one life cycle environment already exists
    if all(environment in env_list.values() for environment in ENVIRONMENTS):
        print "ERROR: One of the Environments is not unique to organization"
        sys.exit(-1)

    # Create life cycle environments
    for environment in ENVIRONMENTS:
        new_env_id = post_json(
            SAT_API + "organizations/" + str(org_id) + "/environments/",
            json.dumps(
                {
                    "name": environment,
                    "organization_id": org_id,
                    "prior": prior_env_id}
            ))["id"]

        print "Creating environment: \t" + environment
        prior_env_id = new_env_id


if __name__ == "__main__":
    main()

4.3.2. Requesting information from the API using Python

This is an example script that uses Python for various API requests.

#!/usr/bin/python
import json
import sys
try:
    import requests
except ImportError:
    print "Please install the python-requests module."
    sys.exit(-1)

SAT_API = 'https://satellite6.example.com/api/v2/'
USERNAME = "admin"
PASSWORD = "password"
SSL_VERIFY = False   # Ignore SSL for now

def get_json(url):
    # Performs a GET using the passed URL location
    r = requests.get(url, auth=(USERNAME, PASSWORD), verify=SSL_VERIFY)
    return r.json()

def get_results(url):
    jsn = get_json(url)
    if jsn.get('error'):
        print "Error: " + jsn['error']['message']
    else:
        if jsn.get('results'):
            return jsn['results']
        elif 'results' not in jsn:
            return jsn
        else:
            print "No results found"
    return None

def display_all_results(url):
    results = get_results(url)
    if results:
        print json.dumps(results, indent=4, sort_keys=True)

def display_info_for_hosts(url):
    hosts = get_results(url)
    if hosts:
        for host in hosts:
            print "ID: %-10d Name: %-30s IP: %-20s OS: %-30s" % (host['id'], host['name'], host['ip'], host['operatingsystem_name'])

def main():
    host = 'satellite6.example.com'
    print "Displaying all info for host %s ..." % host
    display_all_results(SAT_API + 'hosts/' + host)

    print "Displaying all facts for host %s ..." % host
    display_all_results(SAT_API + 'hosts/%s/facts' % host)

    host_pattern = 'example'
    print "Displaying basic info for hosts matching pattern '%s'..." % host_pattern
    display_info_for_hosts(SAT_API + 'hosts?search=' + host_pattern)

    environment = 'production'
    print "Displaying basic info for hosts in environment %s..." % environment
    display_info_for_hosts(SAT_API + 'hosts?search=environment=' + environment)

    model = 'RHEV Hypervisor'
    print "Displaying basic info for hosts with model name %s..." % model
    display_info_for_hosts(SAT_API + 'hosts?search=model="' + model + '"')

if __name__ == "__main__":
main()

Chapter 5. Using the Red Hat Satellite API

This chapter provides a range of examples of how to use the Red Hat Satellite API to perform different tasks. You can use the API on Satellite Server via HTTPS on port 443, or on Capsule Server via HTTPS on port 8443.

You can address these different port requirements within the script itself. For example, in Ruby, you can specify the Satellite and Capsule URLs as follows:

url = 'https://satellite6.example.com/api/v2/'
capsule_url = 'https://capsule.example.com:8443/api/v2/'
katello_url = 'https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/v2/'

For the host that is subscribed to Satellite Server or Capsule Server, you can determine the correct port required to access the API from the /etc/rhsm/rhsm.conf file, in the port entry of the [server] section. You can use these values to fully automate your scripts, removing any need to verify which ports to use.

This chapter uses curl for sending API requests. For more information, see Section 4.1, “API Requests with curl”.

Examples in this chapter use the Python json.tool module to format the output.

5.1. Working with Hosts

Listing Hosts

This example returns a list of Satellite hosts.

Example request:

$ curl -request GET --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/v2/hosts | python -m json.tool

Example response:

{
      ...
       "total" => 2,
    "subtotal" => 2,
        "page" => 1,
    "per_page" => 1000,
      "search" => nil,
        "sort" => {
           "by" => nil,
        "order" => nil
    },
     "results" => [
      ...
}

Requesting Information for a Host

This request returns information for the host satellite6.example.com.

Example request:

$  curl --request GET --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/v2/hosts/satellite6.example.com \
| python -m json.tool

Example response:

{
    "all_puppetclasses": [],
    "architecture_id": 1,
    "architecture_name": "x86_64",
    "build": false,
    "capabilities": [
        "build"
    ],
    "certname": "satellite6.example.com",
    "comment": null,
    "compute_profile_id": null,
    ...
}

Listing Host Facts

This request returns all facts for the host satellite6.example.com.

Example request:

$ curl --request GET --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/v2/hosts/satellite6.example.com/facts \
| python -m json.tool

Example response:

{
    ...
    "results": {
        "satellite6.example.com": {
            "augeasversion": "1.0.0",
            "bios_release_date": "01/01/2007",
            "bios_version": "0.5.1",
            "blockdevice_sr0_size": "1073741312",
            "facterversion": "1.7.6",
            ...
}

Searching for Hosts with Matching Patterns

This query returns all hosts that match the pattern "example".

Example request:

$ curl --request GET --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/v2/hosts?search=example \
| python -m json.tool

Example response:

{
    ...
    "results": [
        {
            "name": "satellite6.example.com",
            ...
        }
    ],
    "search": "example",
    ...
}

Searching for Hosts in an Environment

This query returns all hosts in the production environment.

Example request:

$ curl --request GET --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/v2/hosts?search=environment=production \
| python -m json.tool

Example response:

{
    ...
    "results": [
        {
            "environment_name": "production",
            "name": "satellite6.example.com",
            ...
        }
    ],
    "search": "environment=production",
    ...
}

Searching for Hosts with a Specific Fact Value

This query returns all hosts with a model name RHEV Hypervisor.

Example request:

$ curl --request GET --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/v2/hosts?search=model=\"RHEV+Hypervisor\" \
| python -m json.tool

Example response:

{
    ...
    "results": [
        {
            "model_id": 1,
            "model_name": "RHEV Hypervisor",
            "name": "satellite6.example.com",
            ...
        }
    ],
    "search": "model=\"RHEV Hypervisor\"",
    ...
}

Deleting a Host

This request deletes a host with a name host1.example.com.

Example request:

curl --request DELETE --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/v2/hosts/host1.example.com \
| python -m json.tool

5.2. Working with Life Cycle Environments

Satellite divides application life cycles into life cycle environments, which represent each stage of the application life cycle. Life cycle environments are linked to from an environment path. To create linked life cycle environments with the API, use the prior_id parameter.

You can find the built-in API reference for life cycle environments at https://satellite6.example.com/apidoc/v2/lifecycle_environments.html. The API routes include /katello/api/environments and /katello/api/organizations/:organization_id/environments.

Listing Life Cycle Environments

Use this API call to list all the current life cycle environments on your Satellite for the default organization with ID 1.

Example request:

$ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
--header "Content-Type:application/json" \
--request GET --user sat_username:sat_password --insecure \
https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/organizations/1/environments \
| python -m json.tool`

Example response:

      output omitted
   "description": null,
   "id": 1,
   "label": "Library",
   "library": true,
   "name": "Library",
   "organization": {
        "id": 1,
        "label": "Default_Organization",
        "name": "Default Organization"
   },
   "permissions": {
       "destroy_lifecycle_environments": false,
       "edit_lifecycle_environments": true,
       "promote_or_remove_content_views_to_environments": true,
       "view_lifecycle_environments": true
   },
   "prior": null,
   "successor": null,
   output truncated

Creating Linked Life Cycle Environments

Use this example to create a path of life cycle environments.

This procedure uses the default Library environment with ID 1 as the starting point for creating life cycle environments.

  1. Choose an existing life cycle environment that you want to use as a starting point. List the environment using its ID, in this case, the environment with ID 1:

    Example request:

    $ curl --request GET --user sat_username:sat_password --insecure \
    https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/environments/1 \
    | python -m json.tool

    Example response:

    	output omitted
       "id": 1,
       "label": "Library",
    	output omitted
        "prior": null,
        "successor": null,
      output truncated
  2. Create a JSON file, for example, life-cycle.json, with the following content:

    {"organization_id":1,"label":"api-dev","name":"API Development","prior":1}
  3. Create a life cycle environment using the prior option set to 1.

    Example request:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:application/json" \
    --request POST --user sat_username:sat_password --insecure \
    --data @life-cycle.json \
    https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/environments \
    | python -m json.tool

    Example response:

          output omitted
        "description": null,
        "id": 2,
        "label": "api-dev",
        "library": false,
        "name": "API Development",
        "organization": {
            "id": 1,
            "label": "Default_Organization",
            "name": "Default Organization"
        },
        "permissions": {
            "destroy_lifecycle_environments": true,
            "edit_lifecycle_environments": true,
            "promote_or_remove_content_views_to_environments": true,
            "view_lifecycle_environments": true
        },
       "prior": {
            "id": 1,
            "name": "Library"
        },
        output truncated

    In the command output, you can see the ID for this life cycle environment is 2, and the life cycle environment prior to this one is 1. Use the life cycle environment with ID 2 to create a successor to this environment.

  4. Edit the previously created life-cycle.json file, updating the label, name, and prior values.

    {"organization_id":1,"label":"api-qa","name":"API QA","prior":2}
  5. Create a life cycle environment, using the prior option set to 2.

    Example request:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:application/json" \
    --request POST --user sat_username:sat_password --insecure \
    --data @life-cycle.json \
    https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/environments \
    | python -m json.tool

    Example response:

          output omitted
       "description": null,
       "id": 3,
        "label": "api-qa",
        "library": false,
        "name": "API QA",
        "organization": {
            "id": 1,
            "label": "Default_Organization",
            "name": "Default Organization"
        },
        "permissions": {
            "destroy_lifecycle_environments": true,
            "edit_lifecycle_environments": true,
            "promote_or_remove_content_views_to_environments": true,
            "view_lifecycle_environments": true
        },
       "prior": {
            "id": 2,
            "name": "API Development"
        },
        "successor": null,
        output truncated

    In the command output, you can see the ID for this life cycle environment is 3, and the life cycle environment prior to this one is 2.

Updating a Life Cycle Environment

You can update a life cycle environment using a PUT command.

This example request updates a description of the life cycle environment with ID 3.

Example request:

$ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
--header "Content-Type:application/json" \
--request POST --user sat_username:sat_password --insecure \
--data '{"description":"Quality Acceptance Testing"}' \
https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/environments/3 \
| python -m json.tool

Example response:

      output omitted
    "description": "Quality Acceptance Testing",
    "id": 3,
    "label": "api-qa",
    "library": false,
    "name": "API QA",
    "organization": {
        "id": 1,
        "label": "Default_Organization",
        "name": "Default Organization"
    },
    "permissions": {
        "destroy_lifecycle_environments": true,
        "edit_lifecycle_environments": true,
        "promote_or_remove_content_views_to_environments": true,
        "view_lifecycle_environments": true
    },
    "prior": {
        "id": 2,
        "name": "API Development"
    },
    output truncated

Deleting a Life Cycle Environment

You can delete a life cycle environment provided it has no successor. Therefore, delete them in reverse order using a command in the following format:

Example request:

$ curl --request DELETE --user sat_username:sat_password --insecure \
https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/environments/:id

5.3. Uploading Content to the Satellite Server

This section outlines how to use the Satellite 6 API to upload and import large files to your Satellite Server. This process involves four steps:

  1. Create an upload request.
  2. Upload the content.
  3. Import the content.
  4. Delete the upload request.

The maximum file size that you can upload is about 30 MB. For information about uploading larger content, see Uploading Content Larger than 30 MB.

Procedure

  1. Create the upload request. Ensure you modify the example parameters to suit your deployment.

    Example request:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:application/json" \
    --request POST --insecure \
    --user sat_username:sat_password  --data "{}" \
    https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/repositories/3/content_uploads

    This command returns the upload_id.

    Example response:

    {"upload_id":"0be156b1-f373-4cad-89d0-924f8f4491d2","_href":"/pulp/api/v2/content/uploads/0be156b1-f373-4cad-89d0-924f8f4491d2/"}

    Note the upload_id for uploading the content.

  2. Upload your content. Ensure you use the correct MIME type when you upload data. The API uses the application/json MIME type for the majority of requests to Satellite 6. Combine the upload_id, MIME type, and other parameters to upload content.

    Example request:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:multipart/form-data" \
    --request PUT --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
    --data-urlencode "content@/home/sat6user/rpmbuild/RPMS/noarch/python-scripttest-1.1.1-1.fc21.noarch.rpm" \
    --data-urlencode offset=0 \
    https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/repositories/3/content_uploads/0be156b1-f373-4cad-89d0-924f8f4491d2
  3. After you have uploaded the content to the Satellite Server, you need to import it into the appropriate repository. Until you complete this step, the Satellite Server does not detect the new content.

    Example request:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:application/json" \
    --request PUT --insecure \
    --user sat_username:sat_password \
    --data "{\"upload_ids\":[\"0be156b1-f373-4cad-89d0-924f8f4491d2\"]}" \
    https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/repositories/3/import_uploads
  4. After you have successfully uploaded and imported your content, you can delete the upload request. This frees any temporary disk space that data is using during the upload.

    Example request:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:application/json" \
    --request DELETE --insecure \
    --user sat_username:sat_password --data "{}" \
    https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/repositories/3/content_uploads/0be156b1-f373-4cad-89d0-924f8f4491d2

Uploading Content Larger than 30 MB

The following example demonstrates how to split a large file into chunks, create an upload request, upload the individual files, import them to Satellite, and then delete the upload request. Note that this example uses sample content, host names, user names, and file names.

  1. Download the sample module:

    $ wget https://forgeapi.puppetlabs.com/v3/files/theforeman-foreman-5.0.1.tar.gz?_ga=1.267255502.1792403825.1430297670 --output-document theforeman-foreman-5.0.1.tar.gz
  2. Split the module into 50,000 byte chunks:

    $ split --bytes 50000 --numeric-suffixes --suffix-length=1 \
    theforeman-foreman-5.0.1.tar.gz foreman_module.
  3. View the resulting files:

    $ ls -la theforeman-foreman-5.0.1.tar.gz foreman_module.*
    -rw-r--r--. 1 root root 50000 Nov  4 04:42 foreman_module.0
    -rw-r--r--. 1 root root 32928 Nov  4 04:42 foreman_module.1
    -rw-r--r--. 1 root root 82928 Nov  4 04:41 theforeman-foreman-5.0.1.tar.gz
  4. Create an upload request.

    Example request:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:application/json" \
    --request POST --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password --data "{}" \
    https://ibm-vm01.example.com/katello/api/repositories/2/content_uploads

    Example response:

    {"upload_id":"9585528f-07ad-4bb1-9c80-ccece249b2b7","_href":"/pulp/api/v2/content/uploads/9585528f-07ad-4bb1-9c80-ccece249b2b7/"}

    Note the upload_id for uploading the content.

  5. Upload the file chunks to Satellite Server. Notice the use of the offset parameter in this example and how it relates to the file size:

    Example request:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:multipart/form-data" \
    --request PUT --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
    --data-urlencode "content@foreman_module.0" \
    --data-urlencode offset=0 \
    https://ibm-vm01.example.com/katello/api/repositories/2/content_uploads/9585528f-07ad-4bb1-9c80-ccece249b2b7
  6. Import the complete upload to the repository:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:application/json" \
    --request PUT --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
    --data "{\"upload_ids\":[\"9585528f-07ad-4bb1-9c80-ccece249b2b7\"]}" \
    https://ibm-vm01.example.com/katello/api/repositories/2/import_uploads
  7. Delete the upload request:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:application/json" \
    --request DELETE --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password --data "{}" \
    https://ibm-vm01.example.com/katello/api/repositories/2/content_uploads/9585528f-07ad-4bb1-9c80-ccece249b2b7
  8. On Satellite Server, check the transferred file:

    # ls -la /var/lib/pulp/content/puppet_module/theforeman-foreman-5.0.1.tar.gz
    -rw-r--r--. 1 apache apache 82928 Nov  4 04:55 /var/lib/pulp/content/puppet_module/theforeman-foreman-5.0.1.tar.gz
  9. Verify that the initial file is the same as the transferred by comparing them:

    $ cmp /var/lib/pulp/content/puppet_module/theforeman-foreman-5.0.1.tar.gz \
    theforeman-foreman-5.0.1.tar.gz

5.4. Applying Errata to a Host or Host Collection

You can use the API to apply errata to a host, host group, or host collection. The following is the basic syntax of a PUT request:

$ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
--header "Content-Type:application/json" --request PUT \
--user sat_username:sat_password --insecure \
--data json-formatted-data https://satellite7.example.com

You can browse the built in API doc to find a URL to use for applying Errata. You can use the Satellite web UI to help discover the format for the search query. Navigate to Hosts > Host Collections and select a host collection. Go to Collection Actions > Errata Installation and notice the search query box contents. For example, for a Host Collection called my-collection, the search box contains host_collection="my-collection".

Applying Errata to a Host

This example uses the API URL for bulk actions /katello/api/hosts/bulk/install_content to show the format required for a simple search.

Example request:

$ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
--header "Content-Type:application/json" --request PUT \
--user sat_username:sat_password --insecure \
--data "{\"organization_id\":1,\"included\":{\"search\":\"my-host\"},\"content_type\":\"errata\",\"content\":[\"RHBA-2016:1981\"]}" \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/v2/hosts/bulk/install_content

Applying Errata to a Host Collection

In this example, notice the level of escaping required to pass the search string host_collection="my-collection" as seen in the Satellite web UI.

Example request:

$ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
--header "Content-Type:application/json" --request PUT \
--user sat_username:sat_password --insecure \
--data "{\"organization_id\":1,\"included\":{\"search\":\"host_collection=\\\"my-collection\\\"\"},\"content_type\":\"errata\",\"content\":[\"RHBA-2016:1981\"]}" \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/v2/hosts/bulk/install_content

5.5. Using Extended Searches

You can determine search terms that you can use to construct your queries in the web UI. Satellite 6 supports scoped search and tab completion.

For example, to search for hosts by their operating system, navigate to Hosts > All Hosts and click inside the Search text box to display a list of search terms. One of the search terms for operating systems is os_description, which you can use in your API query as follows:

Example request:

$ curl --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
https://satellite6.example.com/api/v2/hosts?search=os_description=\"RHEL+Server+6.6\" \
| python -m json.tool

Example response:

  {
    ...
    "results": [
        {
            "name": "satellite6.example.com",
            "operatingsystem_id": 1,
            "operatingsystem_name": "RHEL Server 6.6",
            ...
        }
    ],
    "search": "os_description=\"RHEL Server 6.6\"",
}

5.6. Using Searches with Pagination Control

You can use the per_page and page pagination parameters to limit the search results that an API search query returns. The per_page parameter specifies the number of results per page and the page parameter specifies which page, as calculated by the per_page parameter, to return.

The default number of items to return is set to 1000 when you do not specify any pagination parameters, but the per_page value has a default of 20 which applies when you specify the page parameter.

Listing Content Views

This example returns a list of Content Views in pages. The list contains 10 keys per page and returns the third page.

Example request:

$ curl --request GET --user sat_username:sat_password \
https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/content_views?per_page=10&amp;page=3

Listing Activation Keys

This example returns a list of activation keys for an organization with ID 1 in pages. The list contains 30 keys per page and returns the second page.

Example request:

$ curl --request GET --user sat_username:sat_password \
https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/activation_keys?organization_id=1&amp;per_page=30&amp;page=2

Returning Multiple Pages

You can use a for loop structure to get multiple pages of results.

This example returns pages 1 to 3 of Content Views with 5 results per page:

$ for i in seq 1 3; do \
curl --request GET --user sat_username:sat_password \
https://satellite6.example.com/katello/api/content_views?per_page=5&amp;page=$i; \
done

5.7. Overriding Smart Class Parameters

You can search for Smart Parameters using the API and supply a value to override a Smart Parameter in a Class. You can find the full list of attributes that you can modify in the built-in API reference at https://satellite6.example.com/apidoc/v2/smart_class_parameters/update.html.

  1. Find the ID of the Smart Class parameter you want to change:

    • List all Smart Class Parameters.

      Example request:

      $ curl --request GET --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
      https://satellite6.example.com/api/smart_class_parameters
    • If you know the Puppet class ID, for example 5, you can restrict the scope:

      Example request:

      $ curl --request GET --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
      https://satellite6.example.com/api/puppetclasses/5/smart_class_parameters

      Both calls accept a search parameter. You can view the full list of searchable fields in the Satellite web UI. Navigate to Configure > Smart variables and click in the search query box to reveal the list of fields.

      Two particularly useful search parameters are puppetclass_name and key, which you can use to search for a specific parameter. For example, using the --data option to pass URL encoded data.

      Example request:

      $ curl --request GET --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
      --data 'search=puppetclass_name = access_insights_client and key = authmethod' \
      https://satellite6.example.com/api/smart_class_parameters

      Satellite supports standard scoped-search syntax.

  2. When you find the ID of the parameter, list the full details including current override values.

    Example request:

    $ curl --request GET --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
    https://satellite6.example.com/api/smart_class_parameters/63
  3. Enable overriding of parameter values.

    Example request:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:application/json" \
    --request PUT --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
    --data '{"smart_class_parameter":{"override":true}}' \
    https://satellite6.example.com/api/smart_class_parameters/63

    Note that you cannot create or delete the parameters manually. You can only modify their attributes. Satellite creates and deletes parameters only upon class import from a proxy.

  4. Add custom override matchers.

    Example request:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:application/json" \
    --request PUT --insecure --user sat_username:sat_password \
    --data '{"smart_class_parameter":{"override_value":{"match":"hostgroup=Test","value":"2.4.6"}}}' \
    https://satellite6.example.com/api/smart_class_parameters/63

    For more information about override values, see https://satellite6.example.com/apidoc/v2/override_values.html.

  5. You can delete override values.

    Example request:

    $ curl --request DELETE --user sat_username:sat_password \
    https://satellite6.example.com/api/smart_class_parameters/63/override_values/3

5.8. Modifying a Smart Class Parameter Using an External File

Using external files simplifies working with JSON data. Using an editor with syntax highlighting can help you avoid and locate mistakes.

Modifying a Smart Class Parameter Using an External File

This example uses a MOTD Puppet manifest.

  1. Search for the Puppet Class by name, motd in this case.

    Example request:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:application/json" \
    --request GET --user sat_user:sat_password --insecure \
    https://satellite6.example.com/api/smart_class_parameters?search=puppetclass_name=motd \
    | python -m json.tool
  2. Examine the following output. Each Smart Class Parameter has an ID that is global for the same Satellite instance. The content parameter of the motd class has id=3 in this Satellite Server. Do not confuse this with the Puppet Class ID that displays before the Puppet Class name.

    Example response:

    {
    	"avoid_duplicates": false,
    		"created_at": "2017-02-06 12:37:48 UTC", # Remove this line.
    			"default_value": "", # Add a new value here.
    			"description": "",
    		"hidden_value": "",
    		"hidden_value?": false,
    		"id": 3,
    		"merge_default": false,
    		"merge_overrides": false,
    		"override": false, # Set the override value to true.
    			"override_value_order": "fqdn\nhostgroup\nos\ndomain",
    		"override_values": [], # Remove this line.
    			"override_values_count": 0,
    		"parameter": "content",
    		"parameter_type": "string",
    		"puppetclass_id": 3,
    		"puppetclass_name": "motd",
    		"required": false,
    		"updated_at": "2017-02-07 11:56:55 UTC", # Remove this line.
    			"use_puppet_default": false,
    		"validator_rule": null,
    		"validator_type": ""
    }
  3. Use the parameter ID 3 to get the information specific to the motd parameter and redirect the output to a file, for example, output_file.json.

    Example request:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:application/json" --request GET \
    --user sat_user:sat_password --insecure \`
    https://satellite6.example.com/api/smart_class_parameters/3 \
    | python -m json.tool > output_file.json
  4. Copy the file created in the previous step to a new file for editing, for example, changed_file.json:

    $ cp output_file.json changed_file.json
  5. Modify the required values in the file. In this example, change the content parameter of the motd module, which requires changing the override option from false to true:

    {
    	"avoid_duplicates": false,
    		"created_at": "2017-02-06 12:37:48 UTC", # Remove this line.
    			"default_value": "", # Add a new value here.
    			"description": "",
    		"hidden_value": "",
    		"hidden_value?": false,
    		"id": 3,
    		"merge_default": false,
    		"merge_overrides": false,
    		"override": false, # Set the override value to true.
    			"override_value_order": "fqdn\nhostgroup\nos\ndomain",
    		"override_values": [], # Remove this line.
    			"override_values_count": 0,
    		"parameter": "content",
    		"parameter_type": "string",
    		"puppetclass_id": 3,
    		"puppetclass_name": "motd",
    		"required": false,
    		"updated_at": "2017-02-07 11:56:55 UTC", # Remove this line.
    			"use_puppet_default": false,
    		"validator_rule": null,
    		"validator_type": ""
    }
  6. After editing the file, verify that it looks as follows and then save the changes:

    {
    	"avoid_duplicates": false,
    		"default_value": "No Unauthorized Access Allowed",
    			"description": "",
    		"hidden_value": "",
    		"hidden_value?": false,
    		"id": 3,
    		"merge_default": false,
    		"merge_overrides": false,
    		"override": true,
    			"override_value_order": "fqdn\nhostgroup\nos\ndomain",
    		"override_values_count": 0,
    		"parameter": "content",
    		"parameter_type": "string",
    		"puppetclass_id": 3,
    		"puppetclass_name": "motd",
    		"required": false,
    		"use_puppet_default": false,
    		"validator_rule": null,
    		"validator_type": ""
    }
  7. Apply the changes to Satellite Server:

    $ curl --header "Accept:application/json,version=2" \
    --header "Content-Type:application/json" \
    --request PUT --user sat_username:sat_password --insecure \
    --data @changed_file.json \
    https://satellite6.example.com/api/smart_class_parameters/3

5.9. Deleting OpenSCAP reports

In Satellite Server, you can delete one or more OpenSCAP reports. However, when you delete reports, you must delete one page at a time. If you want to delete all Openscap reports, use the bash script that follows.

Deleting an OpenSCAP Report

To delete an OpenSCAP report, complete the following steps:

  1. List all OpenSCAP reports. Note the IDs of the reports that you want to delete.

    Example request:

    curl --insecure --user username:_password_ \
    https://satellite.example.com/api/v2/compliance/arf_reports/ | python -m json.tool

    Example response:

      % Total    % Received % Xferd  Average Speed   Time    Time     Time  Current
                                     Dload  Upload   Total   Spent    Left  Speed
    100  3252    0  3252    0     0   4319      0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:--  4318
    {
        "page": 1,
        "per_page": 20,
        "results": [
            {
                "created_at": "2017-05-16 13:27:09 UTC",
                "failed": 0,
                "host": "host1.example.com",
                "id": 404,
                "othered": 0,
                "passed": 0,
                "updated_at": "2017-05-16 13:27:09 UTC"
            },
            {
                "created_at": "2017-05-16 13:26:07 UTC",
                "failed": 0,
                "host": "host2.example.com,
                "id": 405,
                "othered": 0,
                "passed": 0,
                "updated_at": "2017-05-16 13:26:07 UTC"
            },
            {
                "created_at": "2017-05-16 13:25:07 UTC",
                "failed": 0,
                "host": "host3.example.com",
                "id": 406,
                "othered": 0,
                "passed": 0,
                "updated_at": "2017-05-16 13:25:07 UTC"
            },
            {
                "created_at": "2017-05-16 13:24:07 UTC",
                "failed": 0,
                "host": "host4.example.com",
                "id": 407,
                "othered": 0,
                "passed": 0,
                "updated_at": "2017-05-16 13:24:07 UTC"
            },
        ],
        "search": null,
        "sort": {
            "by": null,
            "order": null
        },
        "subtotal": 29,
        "total": 29
  2. Using an ID from the previous step, delete the OpenSCAP report. Repeat for each ID that you want to delete.

    Example request:

    # curl --insecure --user username:_password_ \
    --header "Content-Type: application/json" \
    --request DELETE https://satellite.example.com/api/v2/compliance/arf_reports/405

    Example response:

    HTTP/1.1 200 OK
    Date: Thu, 18 May 2017 07:14:36 GMT
    Server: Apache/2.4.6 (Red Hat Enterprise Linux)
    X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN
    X-XSS-Protection: 1; mode=block
    X-Content-Type-Options: nosniff
    Foreman_version: 1.11.0.76
    Foreman_api_version: 2
    Apipie-Checksum: 2d39dc59aed19120d2359f7515e10d76
    Cache-Control: max-age=0, private, must-revalidate
    X-Request-Id: f47eb877-35c7-41fe-b866-34274b56c506
    X-Runtime: 0.661831
    X-Powered-By: Phusion Passenger 4.0.18
    Set-Cookie: request_method=DELETE; path=/
    Set-Cookie: _session_id=d58fe2649e6788b87f46eabf8a461edd; path=/; secure; HttpOnly
    ETag: "2574955fc0afc47cb5394ce95553f428"
    Status: 200 OK
    Vary: Accept-Encoding
    Transfer-Encoding: chunked
    Content-Type: application/json; charset=utf-8

Example BASH Script to Delete All OpenSCAP Reports

Use the following bash script to delete all the OpenSCAP reports:

#!/bin/bash

#this script removes all the arf reports from the satellite server

#settings
USER=username
PASS=password
URI=https://satellite.example.com

#check amount of reports
 while [ $(curl --insecure --user $USER:$PASS $URI/api/v2/compliance/arf_reports/ | python -m json.tool | grep \"\total\": | cut --fields=2 --delimiter":" | cut --fields=1 --delimiter"," | sed "s/ //g") -gt 0 ]; do

#fetch reports
 for i in $(curl --insecure --user $USER:$PASS $URI/api/v2/compliance/arf_reports/ | python -m json.tool | grep \"\id\": | cut --fields=2 --delimiter":" | cut --fields=1 --delimiter"," | sed "s/ //g")

#delete reports
  do
  curl --insecure --user $USER:$PASS --header "Content-Type: application/json" --request DELETE $URI/api/v2/compliance/arf_reports/$i
  done
done

Appendix A. API Response Codes

The Red Hat Satellite 6 API provides HTTP response status codes for API calls. The following codes are common for all resources in the Satellite API.

Table A.1. API Response Codes

ResponseExplanation

200 OK

For a successful request action: show, index, update, or delete (GET, PUT, DELETE requests).

201 Created

For a successful create action (POST request).

301 Moved Permanently

Redirect when Satellite is restricted to use HTTPS and HTTP is attempted.

400 Bad Request

A required parameter is missing or the search query has invalid syntax.

401 Unauthorized

Failed to authorize the user (for example, incorrect credentials).

403 Forbidden

The user has insufficient permissions to perform the action or read the resource, or the action is unsupported in general.

404 Not Found

The record with the given ID does not exist. It can appear in show and delete actions when the requested record does not exist; or in create, update and delete actions when one of the associated records does not exist.

409 Conflict

Could not delete the record due to existing dependencies (for example, host groups with hosts).

415 Unsupported Media Type

The content type of the HTTP request is not JSON.

422 Unprocessable Entity

Failed to create an entity due to some validation errors. Applies to create or update actions only.

500 Internal Server Error

Unexpected internal server error.

503 Service Unavailable

The server is not running.

Appendix B. API Permissions Matrix

The Red Hat Satellite 6 API supports numerous actions, many of which require specific permissions. The following table lists the API permission names, the actions associated with those permissions, and the associated resource type.

Table B.1. API Permissions Matrix

Permission NameActionsResource Type

view_activation_keys

  • katello/activation_keys/all
  • katello/activation_keys/index
  • katello/activation_keys/auto_complete_search
  • katello/api/v2/activation_keys/index
  • katello/api/v2/activation_keys/show
  • katello/api/v2/activation_keys/available_host_collections
  • katello/api/v2/activation_keys/available_releases
  • katello/api/v2/activation_keys/product_content

Katello::ActivationKey

create_activation_keys

  • katello/api/v2/activation_keys/create
  • katello/api/v2/activation_keys/copy

Katello::ActivationKey

edit_activation_keys

  • katello/api/v2/activation_keys/update
  • katello/api/v2/activation_keys/content_override
  • katello/api/v2/activation_keys/add_subscriptions
  • katello/api/v2/activation_keys/remove_subscriptions

Katello::ActivationKey

destroy_activation_keys

  • katello/api/v2/activation_keys/destroy

Katello::ActivationKey

logout

  • users/logout
 

view_architectures

  • architectures/index
  • architectures/show
  • architectures/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/architectures/index
  • api/v1/architectures/show
  • api/v2/architectures/index
  • api/v2/architectures/show
 

create_architectures

  • architectures/new
  • architectures/create
  • api/v1/architectures/create
  • api/v2/architectures/create
 

edit_architectures

  • architectures/edit
  • architectures/update
  • api/v1/architectures/update
  • api/v2/architectures/update
 

destroy_architectures

  • architectures/destroy
  • api/v1/architectures/destroy
  • api/v2/architectures/destroy
 

view_audit_logs

  • audits/index
  • audits/show
  • audits/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/audits/index
  • api/v1/audits/show
  • api/v2/audits/index
  • api/v2/audits/show
 

view_authenticators

  • auth_source_ldaps/index
  • auth_source_ldaps/show
  • api/v1/auth_source_ldaps/index
  • api/v1/auth_source_ldaps/show
  • api/v2/auth_source_ldaps/index
  • api/v2/auth_source_ldaps/show
 

create_authenticators

  • auth_source_ldaps/new
  • auth_source_ldaps/create
  • api/v1/auth_source_ldaps/create
  • api/v2/auth_source_ldaps/create
 

edit_authenticators

  • auth_source_ldaps/edit
  • auth_source_ldaps/update
  • api/v1/auth_source_ldaps/update
  • api/v2/auth_source_ldaps/update
 

destroy_authenticators

  • auth_source_ldaps/destroy
  • api/v1/auth_source_ldaps/destroy
  • api/v2/auth_source_ldaps/destroy
 

view_bookmarks

  • bookmarks/index
  • bookmarks/show
  • api/v1/bookmarks/index
  • api/v1/bookmarks/show
  • api/v2/bookmarks/index
  • api/v2/bookmarks/show
 

create_bookmarks

  • bookmarks/new
  • bookmarks/create
  • api/v1/bookmarks/new
  • api/v1/bookmarks/create
  • api/v2/bookmarks/new
  • api/v2/bookmarks/create
 

edit_bookmarks

  • bookmarks/edit
  • bookmarks/update
  • api/v1/bookmarks/edit
  • api/v1/bookmarks/update
  • api/v2/bookmarks/edit
  • api/v2/bookmarks/update
 

destroy_bookmarks

  • bookmarks/destroy
  • api/v1/bookmarks/destroy
  • api/v2/bookmarks/destroy
 

download_bootdisk

  • foreman_bootdisk/disks/generic
  • foreman_bootdisk/disks/host
  • foreman_bootdisk/disks/full_host
  • foreman_bootdisk/disks/subnet
  • foreman_bootdisk/disks/help
  • foreman_bootdisk/api/v2/disks/generic
  • foreman_bootdisk/api/v2/disks/host
 

manage_capsule_content

  • katello/api/v2/capsule_content/lifecycle_environments
  • katello/api/v2/capsule_content/available_lifecycle_environments
  • katello/api/v2/capsule_content/add_lifecycle_environment
  • katello/api/v2/capsule_content/remove_lifecycle_environment
  • katello/api/v2/capsule_content/sync
  • katello/api/v2/capsule_content/sync_status
  • katello/api/v2/capsule_content/cancel_sync

SmartProxy

view_capsule_content

  • smart_proxies/pulp_storage
  • smart_proxies/pulp_status
  • smart_proxies/show_with_content

SmartProxy

view_compute_profiles

  • compute_profiles/index
  • compute_profiles/show
  • compute_profiles/auto_complete_search
  • api/v2/compute_profiles/index
  • api/v2/compute_profiles/show
 

create_compute_profiles

  • compute_profiles/new
  • compute_profiles/create
  • api/v2/compute_profiles/create
 

edit_compute_profiles

  • compute_profiles/edit
  • compute_profiles/update
  • api/v2/compute_profiles/update
 

destroy_compute_profiles

  • compute_profiles/destroy
  • api/v2/compute_profiles/destroy
 

view_compute_resources

  • compute_resources/index
  • compute_resources/show
  • compute_resources/auto_complete_search
  • compute_resources/ping
  • compute_resources/available_images
  • api/v1/compute_resources/index
  • api/v1/compute_resources/show
  • api/v2/compute_resources/index
  • api/v2/compute_resources/show
  • api/v2/compute_resources/available_images
  • api/v2/compute_resources/available_clusters
  • api/v2/compute_resources/available_folders
  • api/v2/compute_resources/available_flavors
  • api/v2/compute_resources/available_networks
  • api/v2/compute_resources/available_resource_pools
  • api/v2/compute_resources/available_security_groups
  • api/v2/compute_resources/available_storage_domains
  • api/v2/compute_resources/available_zones
  • api/v2/compute_resources/available_storage_pods
 

create_compute_resources

  • compute_resources/new
  • compute_resources/create
  • compute_resources/test_connection
  • api/v1/compute_resources/create
  • api/v2/compute_resources/create
 

edit_compute_resources

  • compute_resources/edit
  • compute_resources/update
  • compute_resources/test_connection
  • compute_attributes/new
  • compute_attributes/create
  • compute_attributes/edit
  • compute_attributes/update
  • api/v1/compute_resources/update
  • api/v2/compute_resources/update
  • api/v2/compute_attributes/create
  • api/v2/compute_attributes/update
 

destroy_compute_resources

  • compute_resources/destroy
  • api/v1/compute_resources/destroy
  • api/v2/compute_resources/destroy
 

view_compute_resources_vms

  • compute_resources_vms/index
  • compute_resources_vms/show
 

create_compute_resources_vms

  • compute_resources_vms/new
  • compute_resources_vms/create
 

edit_compute_resources_vms

  • compute_resources_vms/edit
  • compute_resources_vms/update
 

destroy_compute_resources_vms

  • compute_resources_vms/destroy
 

power_compute_resources_vms

  • compute_resources_vms/power
  • compute_resources_vms/pause
 

console_compute_resources_vms

  • compute_resources_vms/console
 

view_config_groups

  • config_groups/index
  • config_groups/auto_complete_search
  • api/v2/config_groups/index
  • api/v2/config_groups/show
 

create_config_groups

  • config_groups/new
  • config_groups/create
  • api/v2/config_groups/create
 

edit_config_groups

  • config_groups/edit
  • config_groups/update
  • api/v2/config_groups/update
 

destroy_config_groups

  • config_groups/destroy
  • api/v2/config_groups/destroy
 

view_config_reports

  • api/v1/reports/index
  • api/v1/reports/show
  • api/v1/reports/last
  • api/v2/reports/index
  • api/v2/reports/show
  • api/v2/reports/last
  • config_reports/index
  • config_reports/show
  • config_reports/auto_complete_search
  • api/v2/config_reports/index
  • api/v2/config_reports/show
  • api/v2/config_reports/last
 

destroy_config_reports

  • config_reports/destroy
  • api/v1/reports/destroy
  • api/v2/reports/destroy
  • api/v2/config_reports/destroy
 

upload_config_reports

  • api/v2/reports/create
  • api/v2/config_reports/create
 

view_containers

  • containers/index
  • containers/show
  • api/v2/containers/index
  • api/v2/containers/show
  • api/v2/containers/logs

Container

commit_containers

  • containers/commit

Container

create_containers

  • containers/steps/show
  • containers/steps/update
  • containers/new
  • api/v2/containers/create
  • api/v2/containers/power

Container

destroy_containers

  • containers/destroy
  • api/v2/containers/destroy

Container

power_compute_resources_vms

  • containers/power
  • api/v2/containers/create
  • api/v2/containers/power

ComputeResource

view_content_hosts

  • katello/content_hosts/auto_complete_search
  • katello/api/v2/systems/index
  • katello/api/v2/systems/show
  • katello/api/v2/systems/errata
  • katello/api/v2/systems/package_profile
  • katello/api/v2/systems/product_content
  • katello/api/v2/systems/report
  • katello/api/v2/systems/releases
  • katello/api/v2/systems/available_host_collections
  • katello/api/v2/host_collections/systems

Katello::System

create_content_hosts

  • katello/api/v2/systems/create
  • katello/api/rhsm/candlepin_proxies/consumer_create
  • katello/api/rhsm/candlepin_proxies/consumer_show

Katello::System

edit_content_hosts

  • katello/api/v2/systems/update
  • katello/api/v2/systems/content_override
  • katello/api/rhsm/candlepin_proxies/upload_package_profile
  • katello/api/rhsm/candlepin_proxies/regenerate_identity_certificates
  • katello/api/rhsm/candlepin_proxies/hypervisors_update

Katello::System

destroy_content_hosts

  • katello/api/v2/systems/destroy

Katello::System

view_content_views

  • katello/api/v2/content_views/index
  • katello/api/v2/content_views/show
  • katello/api/v2/content_views/available_puppet_modules
  • katello/api/v2/content_views/available_puppet_module_names
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_filters/index
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_filters/show
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_filter_rules/index
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_filter_rules/show
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_histories/index
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_puppet_modules/index
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_puppet_modules/show
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_versions/index
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_versions/show
  • katello/api/v2/package_groups/index
  • katello/api/v2/package_groups/show
  • katello/api/v2/errata/index
  • katello/api/v2/errata/show
  • katello/api/v2/puppet_modules/index
  • katello/api/v2/puppet_modules/show
  • katello/content_views/auto_complete
  • katello/content_views/auto_complete_search
  • katello/errata/short_details
  • katello/errata/auto_complete
  • katello/packages/details
  • katello/packages/auto_complete
  • katello/products/auto_complete
  • katello/repositories/auto_complete_library
  • katello/content_search/index
  • katello/content_search/products
  • katello/content_search/repos
  • katello/content_search/packages
  • katello/content_search/errata
  • katello/content_search/puppet_modules
  • katello/content_search/packages_items
  • katello/content_search/errata_items
  • katello/content_search/puppet_modules_items
  • katello/content_search/view_packages
  • katello/content_search/view_puppet_modules
  • katello/content_search/repo_packages
  • katello/content_search/repo_errata
  • katello/content_search/repo_puppet_modules
  • katello/content_search/repo_compare_errata
  • katello/content_search/repo_compare_packages
  • katello/content_search/repo_compare_puppet_modules
  • katello/content_search/view_compare_errata
  • katello/content_search/view_compare_packages
  • katello/content_search/view_compare_puppet_modules
  • katello/content_search/views

Katello::ContentView

create_content_views

  • katello/api/v2/content_views/create
  • katello/api/v2/content_views/copy

Katello::ContentView

edit_content_views

  • katello/api/v2/content_views/update
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_filters/create
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_filters/update
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_filters/destroy
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_filter_rules/create
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_filter_rules/update
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_filter_rules/destroy
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_puppet_modules/create
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_puppet_modules/update
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_puppet_modules/destroy

Katello::ContentView

destroy_content_views

  • katello/api/v2/content_views/destroy
  • katello/api/v2/content_views/remove
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_versions/destroy

Katello::ContentView

publish_content_views

  • katello/api/v2/content_views/publish
  • katello/api/v2/content_view_versions/incremental_update

Katello::ContentView

promote_or_remove_content_views

  • katello/api/v2/content_view_versions/promote
  • katello/api/v2/content_views/remove_from_environment
  • katello/api/v2/content_views/remove

Katello::ContentView

export_content_views

  • katello/api/v2/content_view_versions/export

Katello::ContentView

access_dashboard

  • dashboard/index
  • dashboard/save_positions
  • dashboard/reset_default
  • dashboard/create
  • dashboard/destroy
  • api/v1/dashboard/index
  • api/v2/dashboard/index
 

view_discovered_hosts

  • discovered_hosts/index
  • discovered_hosts/show
  • discovered_hosts/auto_complete_search
  • api/v2/discovered_hosts/index
  • api/v2/discovered_hosts/show

Host

submit_discovered_hosts

  • api/v2/discovered_hosts/facts
  • api/v2/discovered_hosts/create

Host

auto_provision_discovered_hosts

  • discovered_hosts/auto_provision
  • discovered_hosts/auto_provision_all
  • api/v2/discovered_hosts/auto_provision
  • api/v2/discovered_hosts/auto_provision_all

Host

provision_discovered_hosts

  • discovered_hosts/edit
  • discovered_hosts/update
  • api/v2/discovered_hosts/update

Host

edit_discovered_hosts

  • discovered_hosts/update_multiple_location
  • discovered_hosts/select_multiple_organization
  • discovered_hosts/update_multiple_organization
  • discovered_hosts/select_multiple_location
  • discovered_hosts/refresh_facts
  • discovered_hosts/reboot
  • discovered_hosts/reboot_all
  • api/v2/discovered_hosts/refresh_facts
  • api/v2/discovered_hosts/reboot
  • api/v2/discovered_hosts/reboot_all

Host

destroy_discovered_hosts

  • discovered_hosts/destroy
  • discovered_hosts/submit_multiple_destroy
  • discovered_hosts/multiple_destroy
  • api/v2/discovered_hosts/destroy

Host

view_discovery_rules

  • discovery_rules/index
  • discovery_rules/show
  • discovery_rules/auto_complete_search
  • api/v2/discovery_rules/index
  • api/v2/discovery_rules/show

DiscoveryRule

create_discovery_rules

  • discovery_rules/new
  • discovery_rules/create
  • api/v2/discovery_rules/create

DiscoveryRule

edit_discovery_rules

  • discovery_rules/edit
  • discovery_rules/update
  • discovery_rules/enable
  • discovery_rules/disable
  • api/v2/discovery_rules/create
  • api/v2/discovery_rules/update

DiscoveryRule

execute_discovery_rules

  • discovery_rules/auto_provision
  • discovery_rules/auto_provision_all
  • api/v2/discovery_rules/auto_provision
  • api/v2/discovery_rules/auto_provision_all

DiscoveryRule

destroy_discovery_rules

  • discovery_rules/destroy
  • api/v2/discovery_rules/destroy

DiscoveryRule

view_domains

  • domains/index
  • domains/show
  • domains/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/domains/index
  • api/v1/domains/show
  • api/v2/domains/index
  • api/v2/domains/show
  • api/v2/parameters/index
  • api/v2/parameters/show
 

create_domains

  • domains/new
  • domains/create
  • api/v1/domains/create
  • api/v2/domains/create
 

edit_domains

  • domains/edit
  • domains/update
  • api/v1/domains/update
  • api/v2/domains/update
  • api/v2/parameters/create
  • api/v2/parameters/update
  • api/v2/parameters/destroy
  • api/v2/parameters/reset
 

destroy_domains

  • domains/destroy
  • api/v1/domains/destroy
  • api/v2/domains/destroy
 

view_environments

  • environments/index
  • environments/show
  • environments/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/environments/index
  • api/v1/environments/show
  • api/v2/environments/index
  • api/v2/environments/show
 

create_environments

  • environments/new
  • environments/create
  • api/v1/environments/create
  • api/v2/environments/create
 

edit_environments

  • environments/edit
  • environments/update
  • api/v1/environments/update
  • api/v2/environments/update
 

destroy_environments

  • environments/destroy
  • api/v1/environments/destroy
  • api/v2/environments/destroy
 

import_environments

  • environments/import_environments
  • environments/obsolete_and_new
  • api/v1/environments/import_puppetclasses
  • api/v2/environments/import_puppetclasses
  • api/v1/smart_proxies/import_puppetclasses
  • api/v2/smart_proxies/import_puppetclasses
 

view_external_usergroups

  • external_usergroups/index
  • external_usergroups/show
  • api/v2/external_usergroups/index
  • api/v2/external_usergroups/show
 

create_external_usergroups

  • external_usergroups/new
  • external_usergroups/create
  • api/v2/external_usergroups/new
  • api/v2/external_usergroups/create
 

edit_external_usergroups

  • external_usergroups/edit
  • external_usergroups/update
  • external_usergroups/refresh
  • api/v2/external_usergroups/update
  • api/v2/external_usergroups/refresh
 

destroy_external_usergroups

  • external_usergroups/destroy
  • api/v2/external_usergroups/destroy
 

view_external_variables

  • lookup_keys/index
  • lookup_keys/show
  • lookup_keys/auto_complete_search
  • puppetclass_lookup_keys/index
  • puppetclass_lookup_keys/show
  • puppetclass_lookup_keys/auto_complete_search
  • variable_lookup_keys/index
  • variable_lookup_keys/show
  • variable_lookup_keys/auto_complete_search
  • lookup_values/index
  • api/v1/lookup_keys/index
  • api/v1/lookup_keys/show
  • api/v2/smart_variables/index
  • api/v2/smart_variables/show
  • api/v2/smart_class_parameters/index
  • api/v2/smart_class_parameters/show
  • api/v2/override_values/index
  • api/v2/override_values/show
 

create_external_variables

  • lookup_keys/new
  • lookup_keys/create
  • puppetclass_lookup_keys/new
  • puppetclass_lookup_keys/create
  • variable_lookup_keys/new
  • variable_lookup_keys/create
  • lookup_values/create
  • api/v1/lookup_keys/create
  • api/v2/smart_variables/create
  • api/v2/smart_class_parameters/create
  • api/v2/override_values/create
 

edit_external_variables

  • lookup_keys/edit
  • lookup_keys/update
  • puppetclass_lookup_keys/edit
  • puppetclass_lookup_keys/update
  • variable_lookup_keys/edit
  • variable_lookup_keys/update
  • lookup_values/create
  • lookup_values/update
  • lookup_values/destroy
  • api/v1/lookup_keys/update
  • api/v2/smart_variables/update
  • api/v2/smart_class_parameters/update
  • api/v2/override_values/create
  • api/v2/override_values/update
  • api/v2/override_values/destroy
 

destroy_external_variables

  • lookup_keys/destroy
  • puppetclass_lookup_keys/destroy
  • variable_lookup_keys/destroy
  • lookup_values/destroy
  • api/v1/lookup_keys/destroy
  • api/v2/smart_variables/destroy
  • api/v2/smart_class_parameters/destroy
  • api/v2/override_values/create
  • api/v2/override_values/update
  • api/v2/override_values/destroy
 

view_facts

  • facts/index
  • facts/show
  • fact_values/index
  • fact_values/show
  • fact_values/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/fact_values/index
  • api/v1/fact_values/show
  • api/v2/fact_values/index
  • api/v2/fact_values/show
 

upload_facts

  • api/v2/hosts/facts
 

view_filters

  • filters/index
  • filters/auto_complete_search
  • api/v2/filters/index
  • api/v2/filters/show
 

create_filters

  • filters/new
  • filters/create
  • api/v2/filters/create
 

edit_filters

  • filters/edit
  • filters/update
  • permissions/index
  • api/v2/filters/update
  • api/v2/permissions/index
  • api/v2/permissions/show
  • api/v2/permissions/resource_types
 

destroy_filters

  • filters/destroy
  • api/v2/filters/destroy
 

view_arf_reports

  • arf_reports/index
  • arf_reports/show
  • arf_reports/parse_html
  • arf_reports/show_html
  • arf_reports/parse_bzip
  • arf_reports/auto_complete_search
  • api/v2/compliance/arf_reports/index
  • api/v2/compliance/arf_reports/show
  • compliance_hosts/show
 

destroy_arf_reports

  • arf_reports/destroy
  • arf_reports/delete_multiple
  • arf_reports/submit_delete_multiple
  • api/v2/compliance/arf_reports/destroy
 

create_arf_reports

  • api/v2/compliance/arf_reports/create
 

view_policies

  • policies/index
  • policies/show
  • policies/parse
  • policies/auto_complete_search
  • policy_dashboard/index
  • compliance_dashboard/index
  • api/v2/compliance/policies/index
  • api/v2/compliance/policies/show
  • api/v2/compliance/policies/content

ForemanOpenscap::Policy

edit_policies

  • policies/edit
  • policies/update
  • policies/scap_content_selected
  • api/v2/compliance/policies/update

ForemanOpenscap::Policy

create_policies

  • policies/new
  • policies/create
  • api/v2/compliance/policies/create

ForemanOpenscap::Policy

destroy_policies

  • policies/destroy
  • api/v2/compliance/policies/destroy

ForemanOpenscap::Policy

assign_policies

  • policies/select_multiple_hosts
  • policies/update_multiple_hosts
  • policies/disassociate_multiple_hosts
  • policies/remove_policy_from_multiple_hosts

ForemanOpenscap::Policy

view_scap_contents

  • scap_contents/index
  • scap_contents/show
  • scap_contents/auto_complete_search
  • api/v2/compliance/scap_contents/index
  • api/v2/compliance/scap_contents/show

ForemanOpenscap::ScapContent

view_scap_contents

  • scap_contents/index
  • scap_contents/show
  • scap_contents/auto_complete_search
  • api/v2/compliance/scap_contents/index
  • api/v2/compliance/scap_contents/show

ForemanOpenscap::ScapContent

edit_scap_contents

  • scap_contents/edit
  • scap_contents/update
  • api/v2/compliance/scap_contents/update

ForemanOpenscap::ScapContent

create_scap_contents

  • scap_contents/new
  • scap_contents/create
  • api/v2/compliance/scap_contents/create

ForemanOpenscap::ScapContent

destroy_scap_contents

  • scap_contents/destroy
  • api/v2/compliance/scap_contents/destroy

ForemanOpenscap::ScapContent

edit_hosts

  • hosts/openscap_proxy_changed

Host

edit_hostgroups

  • hostgroups/openscap_proxy_changed

Host

view_job_templates

  • job_templates/index
  • job_templates/show
  • job_templates/revision
  • job_templates/auto_complete_search
  • job_templates/auto_complete_job_category
  • job_templates/preview
  • job_templates/export
  • api/v2/job_templates/index
  • api/v2/job_templates/show
  • api/v2/job_templates/revision
  • api/v2/job_templates/export
  • api/v2/template_inputs/index
  • api/v2/template_inputs/show
  • api/v2/foreign_input_sets/index
  • api/v2/foreign_input_sets/show

JobTemplate

create_job_templates

  • job_templates/new
  • job_templates/create
  • job_templates/clone_template
  • job_templates/import
  • api/v2/job_templates/create
  • api/v2/job_templates/clone
  • api/v2/job_templates/import

JobTemplate

edit_job_templates

  • job_templates/edit
  • job_templates/update
  • api/v2/job_templates/update
  • api/v2/template_inputs/create
  • api/v2/template_inputs/update
  • api/v2/template_inputs/destroy
  • api/v2/foreign_input_sets/create
  • api/v2/foreign_input_sets/update
  • api/v2/foreign_input_sets/destroy
 

edit_job_templates

  • job_templates/edit
  • job_templates/update
  • api/v2/job_templates/update
  • api/v2/template_inputs/create
  • api/v2/template_inputs/update
  • api/v2/template_inputs/destroy
  • api/v2/foreign_input_sets/create
  • api/v2/foreign_input_sets/update
  • api/v2/foreign_input_sets/destroy
 

edit_remote_execution_features

  • remote_execution_features/index
  • remote_execution_features/show
  • remote_execution_features/update
  • api/v2/remote_execution_features/index
  • api/v2/remote_execution_features/show
  • api/v2/remote_execution_features/update

RemoteExecutionFeature

destroy_job_templates

  • job_templates/destroy
  • api/v2/job_templates/destroy

JobTemplate

lock_job_templates

  • job_templates/lock
  • job_templates/unlock

JobTemplate

create_job_invocations

  • job_invocations/new
  • job_invocations/create
  • job_invocations/refresh
  • job_invocations/rerun
  • job_invocations/preview_hosts
  • api/v2/job_invocations/create

JobInvocation

view_job_invocations

  • job_invocations/index
  • job_invocations/show
  • template_invocations/show
  • api/v2/job_invocations/index
  • api/v2/job_invocations/show
  • api/v2/job_invocations/output

JobInvocation

execute_template_invocation

 

TemplateInvocation

filter_autocompletion_for_template_invocation

  • template_invocations/auto_complete_search
  • job_invocations/show
  • template_invocations/index

TemplateInvocation

view_foreman_tasks

  • foreman_tasks/tasks/auto_complete_search
  • foreman_tasks/tasks/sub_tasks
  • foreman_tasks/tasks/index
  • foreman_tasks/tasks/show
  • foreman_tasks/api/tasks/bulk_search
  • foreman_tasks/api/tasks/show
  • foreman_tasks/api/tasks/index
  • foreman_tasks/api/tasks/summary

ForemanTasks::Task

edit_foreman_tasks

  • foreman_tasks/tasks/resume
  • foreman_tasks/tasks/unlock
  • foreman_tasks/tasks/force_unlock
  • foreman_tasks/tasks/cancel_step
  • foreman_tasks/api/tasks/bulk_resume

ForemanTasks::Task

create_recurring_logics

 

ForemanTasks::RecurringLogic

view_recurring_logics

  • foreman_tasks/recurring_logics/index
  • foreman_tasks/recurring_logics/show
  • foreman_tasks/api/recurring_logics/index
  • foreman_tasks/api/recurring_logics/show

ForemanTasks::RecurringLogic

edit_recurring_logics

  • foreman_tasks/recurring_logics/cancel
  • foreman_tasks/api/recurring_logics/cancel

ForemanTasks::RecurringLogic

view_globals

  • common_parameters/index
  • common_parameters/show
  • common_parameters/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/common_parameters/index
  • api/v1/common_parameters/show
  • api/v2/common_parameters/index
  • api/v2/common_parameters/show
 

create_globals

  • common_parameters/new
  • common_parameters/create
  • api/v1/common_parameters/create
  • api/v2/common_parameters/create
 

edit_globals

  • common_parameters/edit
  • common_parameters/update
  • api/v1/common_parameters/update
  • api/v2/common_parameters/update
 

destroy_globals

  • common_parameters/destroy
  • api/v1/common_parameters/destroy
  • api/v2/common_parameters/destroy
 

view_gpg_keys

  • katello/gpg_keys/all
  • katello/gpg_keys/index
  • katello/gpg_keys/auto_complete_search
  • katello/api/v2/gpg_keys/index
  • katello/api/v2/gpg_keys/show

Katello::GpgKey

create_gpg_keys

  • katello/api/v2/gpg_keys/create

Katello::GpgKey

edit_gpg_keys

  • katello/api/v2/gpg_keys/update
  • katello/api/v2/gpg_keys/content

Katello::GpgKey

destroy_gpg_keys

  • katello/api/v2/gpg_keys/destroy

Katello::GpgKey

view_host_collections

  • katello/api/v2/host_collections/index
  • katello/api/v2/host_collections/show
  • katello/host_collections/auto_complete_search

Katello::HostCollection

create_host_collections

  • katello/api/v2/host_collections/create
  • katello/api/v2/host_collections/copy

Katello::HostCollection

edit_host_collections

  • katello/api/v2/host_collections/update
  • katello/api/v2/host_collections/add_systems
  • katello/api/v2/host_collections/remove_systems

Katello::HostCollection

destroy_host_collections

  • katello/api/v2/host_collections/destroy

Katello::HostCollection

edit_classes

  • host_editing/edit_classes
  • api/v2/host_classes/index
  • api/v2/host_classes/create
  • api/v2/host_classes/destroy
 

create_params

  • host_editing/create_params
  • api/v2/parameters/create
 

edit_params

  • host_editing/edit_params
  • api/v2/parameters/update
 

destroy_params

  • host_editing/destroy_params
  • api/v2/parameters/destroy
  • api/v2/parameters/reset
 

view_hostgroups

  • hostgroups/index
  • hostgroups/show
  • hostgroups/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/hostgroups/index
  • api/v1/hostgroups/show
  • api/v2/hostgroups/index
  • api/v2/hostgroups/show
 

create_hostgroups

  • hostgroups/new
  • hostgroups/create
  • hostgroups/clone
  • hostgroups/nest
  • hostgroups/process_hostgroup
  • hostgroups/architecture_selected
  • hostgroups/domain_selected
  • hostgroups/environment_selected
  • hostgroups/medium_selected
  • hostgroups/os_selected
  • hostgroups/use_image_selected
  • hostgroups/process_hostgroup
  • hostgroups/puppetclass_parameters
  • host/process_hostgroup
  • puppetclasses/parameters
  • api/v1/hostgroups/create
  • api/v1/hostgroups/clone
  • api/v2/hostgroups/create
  • api/v2/hostgroups/clone
 

edit_hostgroups

  • hostgroups/edit
  • hostgroups/update
  • hostgroups/architecture_selected
  • hostgroups/process_hostgroup
  • hostgroups/architecture_selected
  • hostgroups/domain_selected
  • hostgroups/environment_selected
  • hostgroups/medium_selected
  • hostgroups/os_selected
  • hostgroups/use_image_selected
  • hostgroups/process_hostgroup
  • hostgroups/puppetclass_parameters
  • host/process_hostgroup
  • puppetclasses/parameters
  • api/v1/hostgroups/update
  • api/v2/hostgroups/update
  • api/v2/parameters/create
  • api/v2/parameters/update
  • api/v2/parameters/destroy
  • api/v2/parameters/reset
  • api/v2/hostgroup_classes/index
  • api/v2/hostgroup_classes/create
  • api/v2/hostgroup_classes/destroy
 

destroy_hostgroups

  • hostgroups/destroy
  • api/v1/hostgroups/destroy
  • api/v2/hostgroups/destroy
 

view_hosts

  • hosts/index
  • hosts/show
  • hosts/errors
  • hosts/active
  • hosts/out_of_sync
  • hosts/disabled
  • hosts/pending
  • hosts/vm
  • hosts/externalNodes
  • hosts/pxe_config
  • hosts/storeconfig_klasses
  • hosts/auto_complete_search
  • hosts/bmc
  • hosts/runtime
  • hosts/resources
  • hosts/templates
  • hosts/overview
  • hosts/nics
  • dashboard/OutOfSync
  • dashboard/errors
  • dashboard/active
  • unattended/host_template
  • unattended/hostgroup_template
  • api/v1/hosts/index
  • api/v1/hosts/show
  • api/v1/hosts/status
  • api/v2/hosts/index
  • api/v2/hosts/show
  • api/v2/hosts/status
  • api/v2/hosts/get_status
  • api/v2/hosts/vm_compute_attributes
  • api/v2/hosts/template
  • api/v2/interfaces/index
  • api/v2/interfaces/show
  • locations/mismatches
  • organizations/mismatches
  • hosts/puppet_environment_for_content_view
  • katello/api/v2/host_autocomplete/auto_complete_search
  • katello/api/v2/host_errata/index
  • katello/api/v2/host_errata/show
  • katello/api/v2/host_errata/auto_complete_search
  • katello/api/v2/host_subscriptions/index
  • katello/api/v2/host_subscriptions/events
  • katello/api/v2/host_subscriptions/product_content
  • katello/api/v2/hosts_bulk_actions/installable_errata
  • katello/api/v2/hosts_bulk_actions/available_incremental_updates
  • katello/api/v2/host_packages/index
 

create_hosts

  • hosts/new
  • hosts/create
  • hosts/clone
  • hosts/architecture_selected
  • hosts/compute_resource_selected
  • hosts/domain_selected
  • hosts/environment_selected
  • hosts/hostgroup_or_environment_selected
  • hosts/medium_selected
  • hosts/os_selected
  • hosts/use_image_selected
  • hosts/process_hostgroup
  • hosts/process_taxonomy
  • hosts/current_parameters
  • hosts/puppetclass_parameters
  • hosts/template_used
  • hosts/interfaces
  • compute_resources/cluster_selected
  • compute_resources/template_selected
  • compute_resources/provider_selected
  • compute_resources/resource_pools
  • puppetclasses/parameters
  • subnets/freeip
  • interfaces/new
  • api/v1/hosts/create
  • api/v2/hosts/create
  • api/v2/interfaces/create
  • api/v2/tasks/index
 

edit_hosts

  • hosts/edit
  • hosts/update
  • hosts/multiple_actions
  • hosts/reset_multiple
  • hosts/submit_multiple_enable
  • hosts/select_multiple_hostgroup
  • hosts/select_multiple_environment
  • hosts/submit_multiple_disable
  • hosts/multiple_parameters
  • hosts/multiple_disable
  • hosts/multiple_enable
  • hosts/update_multiple_environment
  • hosts/update_multiple_hostgroup
  • hosts/update_multiple_parameters
  • hosts/toggle_manage
  • hosts/select_multiple_organization
  • hosts/update_multiple_organization
  • hosts/disassociate
  • hosts/multiple_disassociate
  • hosts/update_multiple_disassociate
  • hosts/select_multiple_owner
  • hosts/update_multiple_owner
  • hosts/select_multiple_power_state
  • hosts/update_multiple_power_state
  • hosts/select_multiple_puppet_proxy
  • hosts/update_multiple_puppet_proxy
  • hosts/select_multiple_puppet_ca_proxy
  • hosts/update_multiple_puppet_ca_proxy
  • hosts/select_multiple_location
  • hosts/update_multiple_location
  • hosts/architecture_selected
  • hosts/compute_resource_selected
  • hosts/domain_selected
  • hosts/environment_selected
  • hosts/hostgroup_or_environment_selected
  • hosts/medium_selected
  • hosts/os_selected
  • hosts/use_image_selected
  • hosts/process_hostgroup
  • hosts/process_taxonomy
  • hosts/current_parameters
  • hosts/puppetclass_parameters
  • hosts/template_used
  • hosts/interfaces
  • compute_resources/associate
  • compute_resources/[:cluster_selected, :template_selected, :provider_selected, :resource_pools]
  • compute_resources_vms/associate
  • puppetclasses/parameters
  • subnets/freeip
  • interfaces/new
  • api/v1/hosts/update
  • api/v2/hosts/update
  • api/v2/hosts/disassociate
  • api/v2/interfaces/create
  • api/v2/interfaces/update
  • api/v2/interfaces/destroy
  • api/v2/compute_resources/associate
  • api/v2/hosts/host_collections
  • katello/api/v2/host_errata/apply
  • katello/api/v2/host_packages/install
  • katello/api/v2/host_packages/upgrade
  • katello/api/v2/host_packages/upgrade_all
  • katello/api/v2/host_packages/remove
  • katello/api/v2/host_subscriptions/auto_attach
  • katello/api/v2/host_subscriptions/add_subscriptions
  • katello/api/v2/host_subscriptions/remove_subscriptions
  • katello/api/v2/host_subscriptions/content_override
  • katello/api/v2/hosts_bulk_actions/bulk_add_host_collections
  • katello/api/v2/hosts_bulk_actions/bulk_remove_host_collections
  • katello/api/v2/hosts_bulk_actions/install_content
  • katello/api/v2/hosts_bulk_actions/update_content
  • katello/api/v2/hosts_bulk_actions/remove_content
  • katello/api/v2/hosts_bulk_actions/environment_content_view
 

destroy_hosts

  • hosts/destroy
  • hosts/multiple_actions
  • hosts/reset_multiple
  • hosts/multiple_destroy
  • hosts/submit_multiple_destroy
  • api/v1/hosts/destroy
  • api/v2/hosts/destroy
  • api/v2/interfaces/destroy
  • katello/api/v2/hosts_bulk_actions/destroy_hosts
 

build_hosts

  • hosts/setBuild
  • hosts/cancelBuild
  • hosts/multiple_build
  • hosts/submit_multiple_build
  • hosts/review_before_build
  • hosts/rebuild_config
  • hosts/submit_rebuild_config
  • tasks/show
  • api/v2/tasks/index
  • api/v2/hosts/rebuild_config
 

power_hosts

  • hosts/power
  • api/v2/hosts/power
 

console_hosts

  • hosts/console
 

ipmi_boot

  • hosts/ipmi_boot
  • api/v2/hosts/boot
 

puppetrun_hosts

  • hosts/puppetrun
  • hosts/multiple_puppetrun
  • hosts/update_multiple_puppetrun
  • api/v2/hosts/puppetrun
 

search_repository_image_search

  • image_search/auto_complete_repository_name
  • image_search/auto_complete_image_tag
  • image_search/search_repository

Docker/ImageSearch

view_images

  • images/index
  • images/show
  • images/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/images/index
  • api/v1/images/show
  • api/v2/images/index
  • api/v2/images/show
 

create_images

  • images/new
  • images/create
  • api/v1/images/create
  • api/v2/images/create
 

edit_images

  • images/edit
  • images/update
  • api/v1/images/update
  • api/v2/images/update
 

destroy_images

  • images/destroy
  • api/v1/images/destroy
  • api/v2/images/destroy
 

view_lifecycle_environments

  • katello/api/v2/environments/index
  • katello/api/v2/environments/show
  • katello/api/v2/environments/paths
  • katello/api/v2/environments/repositories
  • katello/api/rhsm/candlepin_proxies/rhsm_index
  • katello/environments/auto_complete_search

Katello::KTEnvironment

create_lifecycle_environments

  • katello/api/v2/environments/create

Katello::KTEnvironment

edit_lifecycle_environments

  • katello/api/v2/environments/update

Katello::KTEnvironment

destroy_lifecycle_environments

  • katello/api/v2/environments/destroy

Katello::KTEnvironment

promote_or_remove_content_views_to_environments

 

Katello::KTEnvironment

view_locations

  • locations/index
  • locations/show
  • locations/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/locations/index
  • api/v1/locations/show
  • api/v2/locations/index
  • api/v2/locations/show
 

create_locations

  • locations/new
  • locations/create
  • locations/clone_taxonomy
  • locations/step2
  • locations/nest
  • api/v1/locations/create
  • api/v2/locations/create
 

edit_locations

  • locations/edit
  • locations/update
  • locations/import_mismatches
  • locations/parent_taxonomy_selected
  • api/v1/locations/update
  • api/v2/locations/update
 

destroy_locations

  • locations/destroy
  • api/v1/locations/destroy
  • api/v2/locations/destroy
 

assign_locations

  • locations/assign_all_hosts
  • locations/assign_hosts
  • locations/assign_selected_hosts
 

view_mail_notifications

  • mail_notifications/index
  • mail_notifications/auto_complete_search
  • mail_notifications/show
  • api/v2/mail_notifications/index
  • api/v2/mail_notifications/show
 

view_media

  • media/index
  • media/show
  • media/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/media/index
  • api/v1/media/show
  • api/v2/media/index
  • api/v2/media/show
 

create_media

  • media/new
  • media/create
  • api/v1/media/create
  • api/v2/media/create
 

edit_media

  • media/edit
  • media/update
  • api/v1/media/update
  • api/v2/media/update
 

destroy_media

  • media/destroy
  • api/v1/media/destroy
  • api/v2/media/destroy
 

view_models

  • models/index
  • models/show
  • models/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/models/index
  • api/v1/models/show
  • api/v2/models/index
  • api/v2/models/show
 

create_models

  • models/new
  • models/create
  • api/v1/models/create
  • api/v2/models/create
 

edit_models

  • models/edit
  • models/update
  • api/v1/models/update
  • api/v2/models/update
 

destroy_models

  • models/destroy
  • api/v1/models/destroy
  • api/v2/models/destroy
 

view_operatingsystems

  • operatingsystems/index
  • operatingsystems/show
  • operatingsystems/bootfiles
  • operatingsystems/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/operatingsystems/index
  • api/v1/operatingsystems/show
  • api/v1/operatingsystems/bootfiles
  • api/v2/operatingsystems/index
  • api/v2/operatingsystems/show
  • api/v2/operatingsystems/bootfiles
  • api/v2/os_default_templates/index
  • api/v2/os_default_templates/show
 

create_operatingsystems

  • operatingsystems/new
  • operatingsystems/create
  • api/v1/operatingsystems/create
  • api/v2/operatingsystems/create
  • api/v2/os_default_templates/create
 

edit_operatingsystems

  • operatingsystems/edit
  • operatingsystems/update
  • api/v1/operatingsystems/update
  • api/v2/operatingsystems/update
  • api/v2/parameters/create
  • api/v2/parameters/update
  • api/v2/parameters/destroy
  • api/v2/parameters/reset
  • api/v2/os_default_templates/create
  • api/v2/os_default_templates/update
  • api/v2/os_default_templates/destroy
 

destroy_operatingsystems

  • operatingsystems/destroy
  • api/v1/operatingsystems/destroy
  • api/v2/operatingsystems/destroy
  • api/v2/os_default_templates/create
 

view_organizations

  • organizations/index
  • organizations/show
  • organizations/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/organizations/index
  • api/v1/organizations/show
  • api/v2/organizations/index
  • api/v2/organizations/show
  • katello/api/v2/organizations/index
  • katello/api/v2/organizations/show
  • katello/api/v2/organizations/redhat_provider
  • katello/api/v2/organizations/download_debug_certificate
  • katello/api/v2/tasks/index
 

create_organizations

  • organizations/new
  • organizations/create
  • organizations/clone_taxonomy
  • organizations/step2
  • organizations/nest
  • api/v1/organizations/create
  • api/v2/organizations/create
  • katello/api/v2/organizations/create
 

edit_organizations

  • organizations/edit
  • organizations/update
  • organizations/import_mismatches
  • organizations/parent_taxonomy_selected
  • api/v1/organizations/update
  • api/v2/organizations/update
  • katello/api/v2/organizations/update
  • katello/api/v2/organizations/autoattach_subscriptions
 

destroy_organizations

  • organizations/destroy
  • api/v1/organizations/destroy
  • api/v2/organizations/destroy
  • katello/api/v2/organizations/destroy
 

assign_organizations

  • organizations/assign_all_hosts
  • organizations/assign_hosts
  • organizations/assign_selected_hosts
 

view_ptables

  • ptables/index
  • ptables/show
  • ptables/auto_complete_search
  • ptables/revision
  • ptables/preview
  • api/v1/ptables/index
  • api/v1/ptables/show
  • api/v2/ptables/index
  • api/v2/ptables/show
  • api/v2/ptables/revision
 

create_ptables

  • ptables/new
  • ptables/create
  • ptables/clone_template
  • api/v1/ptables/create
  • api/v2/ptables/create
  • api/v2/ptables/clone
 

edit_ptables

  • ptables/edit
  • ptables/update
  • api/v1/ptables/update
  • api/v2/ptables/update
 

destroy_ptables

  • ptables/destroy
  • api/v1/ptables/destroy
  • api/v2/ptables/destroy
 

lock_ptables

  • ptables/lock
  • ptables/unlock
  • api/v2/ptables/lock
  • api/v2/ptables/unlock
 

view_plugins

  • plugins/index
  • api/v2/plugins/index
 

view_products

  • katello/products/auto_complete
  • katello/products/auto_complete_search
  • katello/api/v2/products/index
  • katello/api/v2/products/show
  • katello/api/v2/repositories/index
  • katello/api/v2/repositories/show
  • katello/api/v2/packages/index
  • katello/api/v2/packages/show
  • katello/api/v2/distributions/index
  • katello/api/v2/distributions/show
  • katello/api/v2/package_groups/index
  • katello/api/v2/package_groups/show
  • katello/api/v2/errata/index
  • katello/api/v2/errata/show
  • katello/api/v2/puppet_modules/index
  • katello/api/v2/puppet_modules/show
  • katello/errata/short_details
  • katello/errata/auto_complete
  • katello/packages/details
  • katello/packages/auto_complete
  • katello/puppet_modules/show
  • katello/repositories/auto_complete_library
  • katello/repositories/repository_types
  • katello/content_search/index
  • katello/content_search/products
  • katello/content_search/repos
  • katello/content_search/packages
  • katello/content_search/errata
  • katello/content_search/puppet_modules
  • katello/content_search/packages_items
  • katello/content_search/errata_items
  • katello/content_search/puppet_modules_items
  • katello/content_search/repo_packages
  • katello/content_search/repo_errata
  • katello/content_search/repo_puppet_modules
  • katello/content_search/repo_compare_errata
  • katello/content_search/repo_compare_packages
  • katello/content_search/repo_compare_puppet_modules

Katello::Product

create_products

  • katello/api/v2/products/create
  • katello/api/v2/repositories/create

Katello::Product

edit_products

  • katello/api/v2/products/update
  • katello/api/v2/repositories/update
  • katello/api/v2/repositories/remove_content
  • katello/api/v2/repositories/import_uploads
  • katello/api/v2/repositories/upload_content
  • katello/api/v2/products_bulk_actions/update_sync_plans
  • katello/api/v2/content_uploads/create
  • katello/api/v2/content_uploads/update
  • katello/api/v2/content_uploads/destroy
  • katello/api/v2/organizations/repo_discover
  • katello/api/v2/organizations/cancel_repo_discover

Katello::Product

destroy_products

  • katello/api/v2/products/destroy
  • katello/api/v2/repositories/destroy
  • katello/api/v2/products_bulk_actions/destroy_products
  • katello/api/v2/repositories_bulk_actions/destroy_repositories

Katello::Product

sync_products

  • katello/api/v2/products/sync
  • katello/api/v2/repositories/sync
  • katello/api/v2/products_bulk_actions/sync_products
  • katello/api/v2/repositories_bulk_actions/sync_repositories
  • katello/api/v2/sync/index
  • katello/api/v2/sync_plans/sync
  • katello/sync_management/index
  • katello/sync_management/sync_status
  • katello/sync_management/product_status
  • katello/sync_management/sync
  • katello/sync_management/destroy

Katello::Product

export_products

  • katello/api/v2/repositories/export

Katello::Product

view_provisioning_templates

  • provisioning_templates/index
  • provisioning_templates/show
  • provisioning_templates/revision
  • provisioning_templates/auto_complete_search
  • provisioning_templates/preview
  • api/v1/config_templates/index
  • api/v1/config_templates/show
  • api/v1/config_templates/revision
  • api/v2/config_templates/index
  • api/v2/config_templates/show
  • api/v2/config_templates/revision
  • api/v2/provisioning_templates/index
  • api/v2/provisioning_templates/show
  • api/v2/provisioning_templates/revision
  • api/v2/template_combinations/index
  • api/v2/template_combinations/show
  • api/v1/template_kinds/index
  • api/v2/template_kinds/index
 

create_provisioning_templates

  • provisioning_templates/new
  • provisioning_templates/create
  • provisioning_templates/clone_template
  • api/v1/config_templates/create
  • api/v2/config_templates/create
  • api/v2/config_templates/clone
  • api/v2/provisioning_templates/create
  • api/v2/provisioning_templates/clone
  • api/v2/template_combinations/create
 

edit_provisioning_templates

  • provisioning_templates/edit
  • provisioning_templates/update
  • api/v1/config_templates/update
  • api/v2/config_templates/update
  • api/v2/provisioning_templates/update
  • api/v2/template_combinations/update
 

destroy_provisioning_templates

  • provisioning_templates/destroy
  • api/v1/config_templates/destroy
  • api/v2/config_templates/destroy
  • api/v2/provisioning_templates/destory
  • api/v2/template_combinations/destory
 

deploy_provisioning_templates

  • provisioning_templates/build_pxe_default
  • api/v1/config_templates/build_pxe_default
  • api/v2/config_templates/build_pxe_default
  • api/v2/provisioning_templates/build_pxe_default
 

lock_provisioning_templates

  • provisioning_templates/lock
  • provisioning_templates/unlock
  • api/v2/config_templates/lock
  • api/v2/config_templates/unlock
  • api/v2/provisioning_templates/lock
  • api/v2/provisioning_templates/unlock
 

user_logout

  • users/logout
 

my_account

  • users/edit
  • katello/api/v2/tasks/show
 

api_status

  • api/v1/home/status
  • api/v2/home/status
 

view_puppetclasses

  • puppetclasses/index
  • puppetclasses/show
  • puppetclasses/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/puppetclasses/index
  • api/v1/puppetclasses/show
  • api/v2/puppetclasses/index
  • api/v2/puppetclasses/show
  • api/v1/lookup_keys/index
  • api/v1/lookup_keys/show
  • api/v2/smart_variables/index
  • api/v2/smart_variables/show
  • api/v2/smart_class_parameters/index
  • api/v2/smart_class_parameters/show
 

create_puppetclasses

  • puppetclasses/new
  • puppetclasses/create
  • api/v1/puppetclasses/create
  • api/v2/puppetclasses/create
 

edit_puppetclasses

  • puppetclasses/edit
  • puppetclasses/update
  • puppetclasses/override
  • api/v1/puppetclasses/update
  • api/v2/puppetclasses/update
  • api/v1/lookup_keys/create
  • api/v1/lookup_keys/update
  • api/v1/lookup_keys/destroy
  • api/v2/smart_variables/create
  • api/v2/smart_variables/update
  • api/v2/smart_variables/destroy
  • api/v2/smart_class_parameters/create
  • api/v2/smart_class_parameters/update
  • api/v2/smart_class_parameters/destroy
 

destroy_puppetclasses

  • puppetclasses/destroy
  • api/v1/puppetclasses/destroy
  • api/v2/puppetclasses/destroy
 

import_puppetclasses

  • puppetclasses/import_environments
  • puppetclasses/obsolete_and_new
  • api/v1/environments/import_puppetclasses
  • api/v2/environments/import_puppetclasses
  • api/v1/smart_proxies/import_puppetclasses
  • api/v2/smart_proxies/import_puppetclasses
 

view_realms

  • realms/index
  • realms/show
  • realms/auto_complete_search
  • api/v2/realms/index
  • api/v2/realms/show
 

create_realms

  • realms/new
  • realms/create
  • api/v2/realms/create
 

edit_realms

  • realms/edit
  • realms/update
  • api/v2/realms/update
 

destroy_realms

  • realms/destroy
  • api/v2/realms/destroy
 

view_search

  • redhat_access/search/index
 

view_cases

  • redhat_access/cases/index
  • redhat_access/cases/create
 

attachments

  • redhat_access/attachments/index
  • redhat_access/attachments/create
 

configuration

  • redhat_access/configuration/index
 

app_root

  • redhat_access/redhat_access/index
 

view_log_viewer

  • redhat_access/logviewer/index
 

logs

  • redhat_access/logs/index
 

rh_telemetry_api

  • redhat_access/api/telemetry_api/proxy
  • redhat_access/api/telemetry_api/connection_status
 

rh_telemetry_view

  • redhat_access/analytics_dashboard/index
 

rh_telemetry_configurations

  • redhat_access/telemetry_configurations/show
  • redhat_access/telemetry_configurations/update
 

view_registries

  • registries/index
  • registries/show
  • api/v2/registries/index
  • api/v2/registries/show

DockerRegistry

view_registries

  • registries/index
  • registries/show
  • api/v2/registries/index
  • api/v2/registries/show

DockerRegistry

create_registries

  • registries/new
  • registries/create
  • registries/update
  • registries/edit
  • api/v2/registries/create
  • api/v2/registries/update

DockerRegistry

destroy_registries

  • registries/destroy
  • api/v2/registries/destroy

DockerRegistry

view_roles

  • roles/index
  • roles/auto_complete_search
  • api/v2/roles/index
  • api/v2/roles/show
 

create_roles

  • roles/new
  • roles/create
  • roles/clone
  • api/v2/roles/create
 

edit_roles

  • roles/edit
  • roles/update
  • api/v2/roles/update
 

destroy_roles

  • roles/destroy
  • api/v2/roles/destroy
 

access_settings

  • home/settings
 

view_smart_proxies

  • smart_proxies/index
  • smart_proxies/ping
  • smart_proxies/auto_complete_search
  • smart_proxies/version
  • smart_proxies/show
  • smart_proxies/plugin_version
  • smart_proxies/tftp_server
  • smart_proxies/puppet_environments
  • smart_proxies/puppet_dashboard
  • smart_proxies/log_pane
  • smart_proxies/failed_modules
  • smart_proxies/errors_card
  • smart_proxies/modules_card
  • api/v1/smart_proxies/index
  • api/v1/smart_proxies/show
  • api/v2/smart_proxies/index
  • api/v2/smart_proxies/show
  • api/v2/smart_proxies/version
  • api/v2/smart_proxies/log
 

create_smart_proxies

  • smart_proxies/new
  • smart_proxies/create
  • api/v1/smart_proxies/create
  • api/v2/smart_proxies/create
 

edit_smart_proxies

  • smart_proxies/edit
  • smart_proxies/update
  • smart_proxies/refresh
  • smart_proxies/expire_logs
  • api/v1/smart_proxies/update
  • api/v1/smart_proxies/refresh
  • api/v2/smart_proxies/update
  • api/v2/smart_proxies/refresh
 

destroy_smart_proxies

  • smart_proxies/destroy
  • api/v1/smart_proxies/destroy
  • api/v2/smart_proxies/destroy
 

view_smart_proxies_autosign

  • autosign/index
  • autosign/show
  • autosign/counts
  • api/v1/autosign/index
  • api/v2/autosign/index
 

create_smart_proxies_autosign

  • autosign/new
  • autosign/create
 

destroy_smart_proxies_autosign

  • autosign/destroy
 

view_smart_proxies_puppetca

  • puppetca/index
  • puppetca/counts
  • puppetca/expiry
 

edit_smart_proxies_puppetca

  • puppetca/update
 

destroy_smart_proxies_puppetca

  • puppetca/destroy
 

view_statistics

  • statistics/index
  • api/v1/statistics/index
  • api/v2/statistics/index
 

view_subnets

  • subnets/index
  • subnets/show
  • subnets/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/subnets/index
  • api/v1/subnets/show
  • api/v2/subnets/index
  • api/v2/subnets/show
 

create_subnets

  • subnets/new
  • subnets/create
  • api/v1/subnets/create
  • api/v2/subnets/create
 

edit_subnets

  • subnets/edit
  • subnets/update
  • api/v1/subnets/update
  • api/v2/subnets/update
 

destroy_subnets

  • subnets/destroy
  • api/v1/subnets/destroy
  • api/v2/subnets/destroy
 

import_subnets

  • subnets/import
  • subnets/create_multiple
 

view_subscriptions

  • katello/api/v2/subscriptions/index
  • katello/api/v2/subscriptions/show
  • katello/api/v2/subscriptions/available
  • katello/api/v2/subscriptions/manifest_history
  • katello/api/v2/subscriptions/auto_complete_search
  • katello/api/v2/repository_sets/index
  • katello/api/v2/repository_sets/show
  • katello/api/v2/repository_sets/available_repositories

Organization

attach_subscriptions

  • katello/api/v2/subscriptions/create

Organization

unattach_subscriptions

  • katello/api/v2/subscriptions/destroy

Organization

import_manifest

  • katello/products/available_repositories
  • katello/products/toggle_repository
  • katello/providers/redhat_provider
  • katello/providers/redhat_provider_tab
  • katello/api/v2/subscriptions/upload
  • katello/api/v2/subscriptions/refresh_manifest
  • katello/api/v2/repository_sets/enable
  • katello/api/v2/repository_sets/disable

Organization

delete_manifest

  • katello/api/v2/subscriptions/delete_manifest

Organization

view_sync_plans

  • katello/sync_plans/all
  • katello/sync_plans/index
  • katello/sync_plans/auto_complete_search
  • katello/api/v2/sync_plans/index
  • katello/api/v2/sync_plans/show
  • katello/api/v2/sync_plans/add_products
  • katello/api/v2/sync_plans/remove_products
  • katello/api/v2/sync_plans/available_products
  • katello/api/v2/products/index

Katello::SyncPlan

create_sync_plans

  • katello/api/v2/sync_plans/create

Katello::SyncPlan

edit_sync_plans

  • katello/api/v2/sync_plans/update

Katello::SyncPlan

destroy_sync_plans

  • katello/api/v2/sync_plans/destroy

Katello::SyncPlan

view_tasks

  • trends/show
 

view_trends

  • trends/index
  • trends/show
 

create_trends

  • trends/new
  • trends/create
 

edit_trends

  • trends/edit
  • trends/update
 

destroy_trends

  • trends/destroy
 

update_trends

  • trends/count
 

my_organizations

  • katello/api/rhsm/candlepin_proxies/list_owners
 

view_usergroups

  • usergroups/index
  • usergroups/show
  • usergroups/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/usergroups/index
  • api/v1/usergroups/show
  • api/v2/usergroups/index
  • api/v2/usergroups/show
 

create_usergroups

  • usergroups/new
  • usergroups/create
  • api/v1/usergroups/create
  • api/v2/usergroups/create
 

edit_usergroups

  • usergroups/edit
  • usergroups/update
  • api/v1/usergroups/update
  • api/v2/usergroups/update
 

destroy_usergroups

  • usergroups/destroy
  • api/v1/usergroups/destroy
  • api/v2/usergroups/destroy
 

view_users

  • users/index
  • users/show
  • users/auto_complete_search
  • api/v1/users/index
  • api/v1/users/show
  • api/v2/users/index
  • api/v2/users/show
 

create_users

  • users/new
  • users/create
  • users/auth_source_selected
  • api/v1/users/create
  • api/v2/users/create
 

edit_users

  • users/edit
  • users/update
  • users/auth_source_selected
  • users/test_mail
  • api/v1/users/update
  • api/v2/users/update
 

destroy_users

  • users/destroy
  • api/v1/users/destroy
  • api/v2/users/destroy