- Red Hat Satellite 6.x
- Red Hat Satellite 6.x client status shows "Guest has not been reported on any host and is using a temporary unmapped guest subscription"
- Systems registered to Red Hat Satellite 6.x status shows "temporary unmapped guest subscription"
- Make sure you have virt-who configured and service is running fine.
- Restart virt-who service to make sure that all recent guest to host mapping reported to the Satellite and check /var/log/rhsm/rhsm.log to make sure virt-who service is running fine.
- Check if hypervisor hosting this guest is reported to the Satellite? If yes, ensure
virt-whobased subscription is attached to the Hypervisor.
- Refer to Subscription-manager for the former Red Hat Network User: Part 3 - Understanding virt-who which explains what virt-who is/does, and includes answers to many questions such as "How do I know if I am using a temporary subscription?" and "What actions do I need to take if system is using a temporary subscription?"
- Virt-who is not configured to utilize Virtual subscription.
- Affected guest(or hypervisor which is hosting the affected guest) is not reported to the Red Hat Satellite by the virt-who.
- Virt-who service is not running and having some issue.
- In Satellite,
virt-whobased Subscription is not attached to the hypervisor which is hosting this system.
- Verify if the virt-who is configured and if its running
[root@virt-who ~]# grep -v ^# /etc/virt-who.d/<conf-file> [root@virt-who ~]# service virt-who status
/var/log/rhsm/rhsm.logsfor any virt-who error.
- Red Hat Satellite
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