Removing recurring logic fails with katello_sync_plans.recurring_logic_id does not exist on Red Hat Satellite 6.5.

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  • Red Hat Satellite 6.5


  • Not able to delete recurring logics on Red Hat Satellite 6.5:

    [root@satellite6.5 ~]# foreman-rake console
    Loading production environment (Rails 5.2.1)
    irb(main):001:0> ForemanTasks::RecurringLogic.where(state: "cancelled").destroy_all
    Traceback (most recent call last):
            2: from lib/tasks/console.rake:5:in `block in <top (required)>'
            1: from (irb):1
    ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid (PG::UndefinedColumn: ERROR:  column katello_sync_plans.recurring_logic_id does not exist)
    LINE 1: ...llo_sync_plans".* FROM "katello_sync_plans" WHERE "katello_s...
    : SELECT  "katello_sync_plans".* FROM "katello_sync_plans" WHERE "katello_sync_plans"."recurring_logic_id" = $1 LIMIT $2


  • This is a known behavior which is filed in Bug.

  • To apply the patch on Red Hat Satellite 6.5, please first take a snapshot of the machine.

  • Go to the following location:

    [root@satellite6.5 ~]# cd /opt/theforeman/tfm/root/usr/share/gems/gems/katello- (Depending on the version of Red Hat Satellite 6.5.0/6.5.1 the katello version might change)
  • Download the patch recurring_logic.txt attached with this article to the path mentioned above.

  • Initialize git so that it is easy to revert any changes:

    [root@satellite6.5 ~]# git init .; git add .; git commit -m "Original State"
  • Apply the patch:

    [root@satellite6.5 ~]# patch -p1 < recurring_logic.txt
  • Restart services:

    [root@satellite6.5 ~]# foreman-maintain service restart
  • Try deleting the recurring logics:

    [root@satellite6.5 ~]# foreman-rake console
    >ForemanTasks::RecurringLogic.where(state: "cancelled").destroy_all


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