- Red Hat Satellite 6.6
- Attempting to re-register host using Activation key fails with the following errors:
# subscription-manager register --org="Default_Organization" --activationkey="default_activation_key" organization Default_organization does not exist. # subscription-manager register --org="XYZ" --activationkey="ABC_ActivationKey" Remote server error. Please check the connection details, or see /var/log/rhsm/rhsm.log for more information.
- Remove the old katello-ca-consumer rpm and clear all the cache generated by subscription-manager :
The following command will give you the exact name of the katello-ca-consumer rpm to remove. # rpm -qa katello-ca-consumer* katello-ca-consumer-<satellite_FQDN>-X.0-X.noarch # rpm -e katello-ca-consumer-<satellite_FQDN>-X.0-X.noarch # subscription-manager clean
- Now restart the rhsmcertd service:
# systemctl restart rhsmcertd
- Install latest
# rpm -Uvh http://<satellite_FQDN>/pub/katello-ca-consumer-latest.noarch.rpm
- Re-register the server to the satellite using the following command:
# subscription-manager register --org="Default_Organization" --activationkey="default_activation_key"
For more KB articles/solutions related to Red Hat Satellite 6.x Client Subscription Issues, please refer to the Red Hat Satellite Consolidated Troubleshooting Article for Red Hat Satellite 6.x Client Subscription Issues
- The Issues were with rhsmcertd service and old cache of subscription-manager were present and that is why the host was not able to register.
- Logs from /var/log/rhsm/rhsm.log
2018-01-03 19:28:54,943 [ERROR] rhsmcertd-worker:14180:MainThread @rhsmcertd-worker:72 - Either the consumer is not registered or the certificates are corrupted. Certificate update using daemon failed. 2018-01-03 22:34:32,927 [INFO] rhsmcertd-worker:14342:MainThread @rhsmcertd-worker:67 - X-Correlation-ID: 52643a010266769cb65364ae73cc483b 2018-01-03 22:34:32,928 [ERROR] rhsmcertd-worker:14342:MainThread @rhsmcertd-worker:72 - Either the consumer is not registered or the certificates are corrupted. Certificate update using daemon failed.
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