- Red Hat Satellite 6.4.
Not able to provision VM's after upgrading Red Hat Satellite 6.
Getting error "undefined method '#params' for Host::Managed::Jail" when provisioning a VM using Red Hat Satellite 6.
- Perform the following steps on the Red Hat Satellite server :
After upgrading Satellite to version 6.4, customized or cloned templates requires a modification.
@host.params['parameter1'] -> host_param('parameter1') @host.param_true?('parameter1') -> host_param_true?('parameter1') @host.param_false?('parameter1') -> host_param_false?('parameter1') @host.info['parameters']['realm'] -> host_enc['parameters']['realm']
The process uses simple text replacement which will not work in all cases, e.g. when host is assigned to a variable:
myhost = @host myhost.params['wont_work']
After upgrade Satellite to version 6.4, please verify all templates, parameters, lookup keys and values of the old-syntax and replace them manually. Following error is seen when using old style templates.
undefined method '#params' for Host::Managed::Jail
Red Hat Satellite 6.4 upgrade process automatically tries to find macros which has been deprecated and convert them into new syntax for all templates, parameters and lookup keys and values but this is done only for read-only (default) templates. All customized templates need to be modified manually.
- Following error can be seen in /var/log/foreman/production.log.
2018-04-29T08:11:03 [W|app|eac4b] There was an error rendering the Satellite Kickstart Default Finish template: | ActionView::Template::Error: undefined method '#params' for Host::Managed::Jail (Host::Managed) | /opt/theforeman/tfm/root/usr/share/gems/gems/safemode-1.3.4/lib/safemode/jail.rb:22:in `method_missing' | Satellite Kickstart Default Finish:66:in `bind' | /opt/theforeman/tfm/root/usr/share/gems/gems/safemode-1.3.4/lib/safemode.rb:51:in `eval' | /opt/theforeman/tfm/root/usr/share/gems/gems/safemode-1.3.4/lib/safemode.rb:51:in `eval' | /usr/share/foreman/lib/foreman/renderer.rb:128:in `render_safe' | /usr/share/foreman/lib/foreman/renderer.rb:246:in `unattended_render'
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