No yum repositories are available after subscribing a new RHEL 6.1 guest system via subscription-manager.

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Issue

  • After registering a system using subscription manager, Output of " yum repolist" command shows that there are no repositories available.

    [root@example ~]# yum repolist
    Loaded plugins: product-id, subscription-manager
    Updating Red Hat repositories.
    repolist: 0
    
    [root@example ~]# yum -d10 repolist
    Not loading "rhnplugin" plugin, as it is disabled
    Loading "product-id" plugin
    Loading "subscription-manager" plugin
    Running "config" handler for "subscription-manager" plugin
    Updating Red Hat repositories.
    Config time: 0.041
    Yum Version: 3.2.29
    COMMAND: yum -d10 repolist
    Installroot: /
    Setting up Package Sacks
    repolist: 0
    
  • "Subscriptions" tab,  shows "Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server, Premium (1 Virtual Machine up to 8 vCPUs)" subscription, but the "Installed Products" field shows "0 / 0

Environment

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server, Premium (1 Virtual Machine up to 8 vCPUs) Entitlement.

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