ARK Survival Evolved V236.2 X64 ##HOT## Crack LumaEmu Kortal Key Generator on The Neon Idols
Skip to content

Archives

Uninstall tool 3.5.8 serial key - Activators Patch

uninstall tool 3.5.8 serial key  - Activators Patch

The User Activation Email WordPress plugin is vulnerable to Reflected Cross-Site Scripting via the uae-key parameter found in the ~/user-activation-email.php. 2 ACTIVATION AND FIRST START. The registration process will require you to enter the serial number and the 3.3.1.4 Remove a preset. contact pressure and difficulty with screw terminal removal. •Product name and version number (if applicable) •Page number (for printed manual).

Uninstall tool 3.5.8 serial key - Activators Patch -

ARK Survival Evolved V236.2 X64 ##HOT## Crack LumaEmu Kortal Key Generator

uninstall tool keygen, uninstall tool 3.5.8 keygen, uninstall tool 3.5.7 keygen, uninstall tool 3.5.9 keygen, ... 10.03 - TUNING \ TEST GENERATOR . ... ARK Survival Evolved v236.2 x64 crack LumaEmu Kortal Key Generator. Ark Survival Evolved V1.84.0 X64 Crack Lumaemu #kortal ... It had been first launched as an Early Entry Game via Vapor on 2 Jun, 2015 for ... RK Survival Evolved Update v235.0 to v236.2 x64 crack LumaEmu New Games ... Tabs Studio Keygen Generator Online · Autocad 2017 Crack Keygen For Win 10 .... Crack. Extreme-Karaoke 2016 V. SolidWorks Premium Edition 2016 SP0 Crack. ... ARK Survival Evolved v236.2 x64 crack LumaEmu Kortal Key Generator. ARK Survival Evolved v236 2 x64 crack LumaEmu #Kortal 9848 MB Download ... ARK Survival Evolved v 239 2 RePack MAXAGENT 8661 MB Download ... remote gates, trapdoors, water pipes, faucets, generators, wires and all ... Distribute key items and pass-codes to provide access your shared village!

Источник: https://trello.com/c/duwlKeTg/69-ark-survival-evolved-v2362-x64-hot-crack-lumaemu-kortal-key-generator
grep "Pool ID:"

Nothing is more important to us than protecting the private information of our visitors. From the WJCT Online homepage to the hundreds of pages of content, the “wjct.org” domain remains a safe haven. WJCT adheres to a strict policy for ensuring the privacy of your—and your children’s—personally identifiable information (such as full name, address, e-mail address, telephone number and/or other identifiable information) you choose to supply to us preserving the integrity of this online medium.

Gathering and Use of Information

1. We will not collect personally identifiable information from you, other than what you supply to us on a voluntary basis.

2. In order to participate in some activities, you might be asked to provide some personally identifiable information. This could be in connection with the following:

  • contest or sweepstakes registration
  • requests for information as a WJCT supporter
  • content submissions, community postings, comments and suggestions

3. WJCT Online will not willfully disclose your personal information to any third party without first receiving your permission.

4. WJCT Online may use your personally identifiable information for activities as explained above, for internal and marketing promotional purposes.

5. We will always explain the extent of its use at the time you are asked to provide personal information. If you do not want this information to be collected or used by us for these purposes, you can simply “opt out.” Under certain circumstances, opting out may prevent your participation in activities for which personal information is needed, as in contests.

Tracking and Use of Cookies

As you surf around WJCT Online, it is possible that several cookies will be set on your computer. WJCT uses the information from cookies to deliver relevant local resources, remember browser preferences, and improve our visitors’ experiences on the site.

No personal information is ever stored in a WJCT cookie, even if you have entered your name or e-mail address on other parts of WJCT Online. WJCT does not sell information collected by cookies nor use the information for commerce-related purposes. In addition, WJCT will not filter content based on your preferences without permission.

WJCT USES COOKIES AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES:
  • If you watch a video clip or listen to an audio clip on wjct.org, a cookie may remember which media player (such as Real Player or Windows Media Player) and which type of clip (high or low bandwidth) you prefer to use on your computer. You can change your video and audio preferences at any time, or choose a player each time you view or listen to a clip.
  • As you explore WJCT Online, a session cookie will tell us which pages you visit and the amount of time between each page visit. This cookie does not remember any information about you or your computer, it just tells us at WJCT how long visitors spend on our site and which pages receive the most traffic. A “session cookie” only remembers information about your current visit to the site.

**What’s a cookie?* A cookie is information a Web site puts on your computer’s hard drive so that the site can remember your preferences or which pages you visited on that site.

Acceptance of wjct.org Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions

By using this site, you signify your agreement to the terms and conditions of this wjct.org Privacy Policy. If you do not agree to these terms and conditions, please do not use the site. We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to change, modify, add, or remove portions of this policy at any time. Please check this page periodically for any changes. Your continued use of WJCT Online following the posting of any changes to these terms shall mean that you have accepted those changes. If you have any questions or concerns, please e-mail us at info@wjct.org.

Rules of the Road

Please also make sure to read WJCT Online’s Rules of the Road to understand the additional terms and conditions which apply to your use of our site.

Rules of the Road

The following rules govern the use by you of WJCT ONLINE. The rules set forth herein apply to all materials, online communications and other information that is or becomes available on WJCT ONLINE (collectively, “Information”). BY SIGNING ON AND USING WJCT ONLINE, YOU SPECIFICALLY AGREE TO ABIDE BY THESE RULES AND ANY MODIFICATIONS THERETO.

1. Personal Uses Permitted.
WJCT ONLINE is an online information exchange service offered by WJCT Public Media for use by the general public. You shall not post, publish, transmit, reproduce, distribute or in any way use or exploit any Information for commercial purposes or otherwise use the Information in a manner that is inconsistent with these rules and regulations.

2. User’s Obligation to Abide By Applicable Law.
In connection with the use of WJCT ONLINE, you shall abide by all applicable federal, state or local laws, including those pertaining to such areas as libel, slander, defamation, trade libel, product disparagement, harassment, invasion of privacy, tort, obscenity, indecency, and copyright or trademark infringement (“Applicable Law”). The Information available on WJCT ONLINE may include intellectual property that is protected under the copyright, trademark and other intellectual property laws of the United States and/or other countries (“Intellectual Property Laws”). Such Intellectual Property Laws generally prohibit the unauthorized reproduction, distribution or exhibition of all text, photographic and graphic (art and electronic) images, music, sound samplings and other protected materials. The violation of applicable Intellectual Property Laws may give rise to civil and/or criminal penalties.

3. Disclosure of Online Communications.
You are cautioned that any online communications may not be fully confidential. In addition, you should be aware that federal postal regulations do not protect electronic mail. You should be aware that some administrative personnel of WJCT may, in the course of their regular duties, have access to communications for technical or operational purposes. WJCT may also disclose any communications to the extent permitted or required by law.

4. Prohibition Against Rogue Programming.
You shall not post, transmit or make available in any way through WJCT ONLINE any software or other materials which contain a computer virus, trojan horse, timebomb, worm or other rogue programming (“Rogue Programming”). WJCT has no obligation to detect the presence of any Rogue Programming. Any downloading of software or other materials or any other use of the Information on WJCT ONLINE is at your risk, and you are advised to take adequate precautions to minimize any loss to your system caused by Rogue Programming, including use of anti-virus programs and proper backup of files.

5. Content of Information.
You are responsible for the content of any Information you post on WJCT ONLINE. The Information posted to WJCT Online does not necessarily reflect the views of WJCT and in no event shall WJCT assume or have any responsibility or liability for any information posted toWJCT Online or for any claims, damages or losses resulting from the use and/or appearance of such information on WJCT Online. WJCT has no obligation to, and does not in the normal course, monitor or control any Information that is or becomes available on WJCT ONLINE. WJCT reserves the right to review any Information that is or becomes available on WJCT ONLINE. WJCT reserves the right to refuse to post or to edit or remove, in whole or in part, any Information that is, in WJCT’s sole discretion, unacceptable, undesirable or in violation of these rules. WJCT has no obligation to exercise such reservation of rights by WJCT; however, WJCT has adopted and implemented a policy respecting the copyright law that provides for the termination in appropriate circumstances of users of the WJCT ONLINE system or network who are repeat infringers. WJCT may terminate access for content providers or forum participants who are found repeatedly to provide or post protected material without necessary rights and permissions. By submitting information to WJCT, you grant WJCT a perpetual, royalty-free, worldwide license to use, transmit, copy and display such information in any and all media now know or hereinafter devised and represent that you have all necessary rights in such posting.

6. Disclaimer of Warranties.
WJCT ONLINE IS PROVIDED ON AN “AS IS” BASIS WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION WARRANTIES OF TITLE, NONINFRINGEMENT, OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANT ABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. WJCT DOES NOT WARRANT THAT ANY INFORMATION IS COMPLETE OR ACCURATE, THAT WJCT ONLINE WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR-FREE OR THAT ANY INFORMATION IS FREE OF ROGUE PROGRAMMING.

7. Limitation of Damages.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES, INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE, SHALL WJCT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES THAT MAY RESULT FROM THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE WJCT ONLINE, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION USE OF OR RELIANCE ON INFORMATION AVAILABLE ON WJCT ONLINE, INTERRUPTIONS, ERRORS, DEFECTS, MISTAKES, OMISSIONS, DELETIONS OF FILES, DELAYS IN OPERATION OR TRANSMISSION, NONDELIVERY OF INFORMATION, DISCLOSURE OF COMMUNICATIONS, OR ANY OTHER FAILURE OF PERFORMANCE.

8. Release and Indemnity.
YOU HEREBY RELEASE AND WAIVE ANY AND ALL CLAIMS AND/OR LIABILITY AGAINST WJCT ARISING FROM OR IN CONNECTION WITH YOUR USE OF WJCT ONLINE. YOU ALSO AGREE TO DEFEND, INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS, FROM AND AGAINST, ANY AND ALL CLAIMS OR LIABILITY, INCLUDING COSTS AND ATTORNEYS FEES, ARISING FROM OR IN CONNECTION WITH YOUR USE OF WJCT ONLINE OR FAILURE TO ABIDE BY APPLICABLE LAW.

9. Modifications.
These rules may be modified by WJCT from time to time and such modifications will be binding on you when placed online.

Источник: https://www.wjct.org/privacy/
cut -d' ' -f1);do chkconfig $i off;done
  • Shut down the Red Hat Enterprise Linux server hosting the source server.
  • Register the target server to the Customer Portal, add the necessary subscriptions, and enable the Satellite repositories. For more information, see Installing Satellite Server from a Connected Network in the Installation Guide. Optionally you can choose to register using an activation key in the Customer Portal which is explained in later steps.

    1. Register the target server to the Customer Portal, entering your Customer Portal user name and password when prompted:

      # subscription-manager register
    2. Attach the subscription to the target server:

      # subscription-manager attach --pool=pool_ID

      The Red Hat Satellite subscription pool ID is identified earlier in this procedure.

    3. Ensure only the required Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 repositories are enabled:

      # subscription-manager repos --disable=* # subscription-manager repos \ --enable=rhel-7-server-rpms \ --enable=rhel-server-rhscl-7-rpms \ --enable=rhel-7-server-satellite-maintenance-6-rpms \ --enable=rhel-7-server-satellite-6.2-rpms
  • On the target server, either mount the shared storage or copy the following files and folder from the source Satellite Server. The default destination directory is . You can choose another directory if there is not enough storage space.

    • folder
  • On the target server, install the package:

    # yum install satellite-clone
  • On the target server, customize the configuration file.

    Edit the configuration file . To change an item from the default, remove the comment character (), and edit its value.

    1. If the backup files were not copied to the directory on the target server, change the to the path containing the backup files.
    2. Change the to .
    3. If you did not register the target server to the Customer Portal, you can use an activation key in the Customer Portal to register it:

      1. Change the to .
      2. Change the to the name of your activation key in the Customer Portal.
      3. Change the to your Satellite organization in the Customer Portal.
    4. Change other values to suit your requirements.
  • Start the process:

    # satellite-clone
  • On the target server, reconfigure DHCP, DNS, TFTP and remote execution services. The cloning process disables these services on the target Satellite Server to avoid conflict with the source Satellite Server.

    Reconfigure and enable DHCP, DNS, TFTP in the Satellite web UI. For more information, see Configuring DNS, DHCP, and TFTP on Satellite Server in the Installation Guide.

    Enable remote execution:

    # satellite-installer --scenario satellite --enable-foreman-plugin-remote-execution --enable-foreman-proxy-plugin-remote-execution-ssh
  • Log in to the Satellite web UI as user and password . Change the user’s password.
  • Refresh the Satellite’s manifest.

    1. Log in to the Satellite web UI.
    2. Ensure that the correct organization is selected.
    3. Navigate to Content > Red Hat Subscriptions, then click Manage Manifest.
    4. Click Refresh Manifest.
    5. Navigate to Content > Red Hat Subscriptions and verify the available subscriptions are correct.
  • Edit Capsules' association with lifecycles.

    The cloning process breaks the association between Capsule Servers and their lifecycle environments to avoid interference with existing infrastructure. On the target Satellite Server, follow the instructions in file to reverse these changes.

  • Update your network configuration, for example, DNS, to match the target server’s IP address with its new host name.
  • If the source server uses the daemon, install and configure it on the target server.

    1. Complete the prerequisite steps for the virt-who daemon. For more information, see Prerequisites in the Virtual Instances Guide.
    2. Copy all the virt-who configuration files in directory from the source server to the same directory on the target server.
    3. Configure and start the virt-who daemon. For more information, see Configuring and Starting virt-who Service in the Virtual Instances Guide.
  • Restart goferd on all registered content hosts and Capsules.

    # systemctl restart goferd
  • Decommission the source server.
  • 6.1.5. Migrating a Capsule Server

    The following procedure outlines how to migrate an existing Capsule Server installation to the target server.

    1. Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 server. This is the new Capsule Server.
    2. Install the new Capsule Server, but do not proceed to run the . For more information, see Installing Capsule Server in the Installation Guide, but stop after completing the Installing Capsule Server section.
    3. Backup the source Capsule Server. For more information, see Backing up Red Hat Satellite Server in the Server Administration Guide.
    4. Stop all Satellite services on the source Capsule Server.

      # katello-service stop
    5. Copy all backup files from the source server to the target server.
    6. Restore the Capsule Server on the target server.
    7. Shut down the source Capsule Server.
    8. Update your network configuration, for example, DNS, to match the target server’s IP address with its new host name.
    9. Decommission the source Capsule Server.

    6.2. Upgrading to Satellite Server 6.2

    The Satellite 6 upgrading program is based on Puppet, which means that any manual configuration changes might be overwritten to the installation defaults. To avoid this, use the argument when you run the upgrading program to determine what changes would be applied after you perform the upgrade. This argument ensures that no actual changes are made. Potential changes are written to .

    6.3. Upgrading a Connected Satellite Server

    Before You Begin

    • You have upgraded to the minor version 6.1.9 or later of Red Hat Satellite Server 6.1. The requirement is to be at least on 6.1.9, upgrading to a higher minor version past 6.1.9 is not needed for the upgrade to Red Hat Satellite 6.2. Direct upgrades from earlier minor versions are not supported. For more information, see Upgrading Between Minor Versions of Satellite in the Red Hat Satellite 6.1 Installation Guide.
    • Review and update your firewall configuration prior to upgrading your Satellite Server. For additional information, see Section 2.5, “Ports and Firewalls Requirements”.
    • Make sure you DO NOT delete the manifest from the Customer Portal or in the Satellite Web UI as this will unregister all of your content hosts.
    • Backup and remove all Foreman hooks before upgrading. Put any hooks back only after Satellite is known to be working after the upgrade is complete.

    You must retain the content of both the directory and the directory in which you created any source files associated with your custom certificates. Even if you choose to implement custom certificates, you must retain the content of the directory when performing upgrades. Failure to retain these files during an upgrade causes the upgrade to fail. If these files have been deleted, they must be restored from a backup in order for the upgrade to proceed.

    Upgrade Satellite Server

    1. Create a backup.

      • On a virtual machine, take a snapshot.
      • On a physical machine, create a backup.
    2. A pre-upgrade script is available to detect conflicts and list hosts which have duplicate entries in Satellite Server that can be unregistered and deleted after upgrade. In addition, it will detect hosts which are not assigned to an organization. If a host is listed under Hosts > All hosts without an organization association and if a content host with same name has an organization already associated with it then the content host will automatically be unregistered. This can be avoided by associating such hosts to an organization before upgrading.

      Run the pre-upgrade check script to get a list of hosts that can be deleted after upgrading. If any unassociated hosts are found, associating them to an organization before upgrading is recommended.

      1. To use the pre-upgrade script, ensure you have or later.

        # yum update ruby193-rubygem-katello
      2. Run the pre-upgrade check script to get a list of hosts that can be deleted after upgrading. If any unassociated hosts are found, associating them to an organization before upgrading is recommended.

        # foreman-rake katello:upgrade_check

        If the upgrade check reports a failure due to running tasks, then it is recommended that you wait for the tasks to complete. It is possible to cancel some tasks, but you should follow the guidance in the Red Hat Knowledgebase solution How to manage paused tasks on Red Hat Satellite 6 to understand which tasks are safe to cancel and which are not safe to cancel.

    3. Backup the DNS and DHCP configuration files and as the installer only supports one domain or subnet, and therefore restoring changes from these backups might be required.
    4. If you have made manual edits to DNS or DHCP configuration files and do not want the changes overwritten, run the following command.

      # katello-installer --capsule-dns-managed=false \ --capsule-dhcp-managed=false
    5. Disable the repository for Red Hat Satellite 6.1.

      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, run the following command:

        # subscription-manager repos \ --disable rhel-6-server-satellite-6.1-rpms
      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, run the following command:

        # subscription-manager repos \ --disable rhel-7-server-satellite-6.1-rpms
    6. If required, to verify that the Satellite 6.1 repositories are now disabled, enter a command as follows:

      # subscription-manager repos --list-enabled
    7. Enable the repositories for Red Hat Satellite 6.2.

      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, run the following command:

        # subscription-manager repos --enable=rhel-6-server-rpms \ --enable=rhel-server-rhscl-6-rpms \ --enable=rhel-6-server-satellite-6.2-rpms
      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, run the following command:

        # subscription-manager repos --enable=rhel-7-server-rpms \ --enable=rhel-server-rhscl-7-rpms \ --enable=rhel-7-server-satellite-6.2-rpms
    8. Clear out any metadata left from any non-Red Hat yum repositories.

      # yum clean all
    9. Verify that the repositories have been enabled.

      # yum repolist enabled

      Output similar to the following displays:

      Loaded plugins: product-id, subscription-manager repo id repo name status !rhel-7-server-rpms/x86_64 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Server (RPMs) 9,889 !rhel-7-server-satellite-6.2-rpms/x86_64 Red Hat Satellite 6.2 (for RHEL 7 Server) (RPMs) 545 !rhel-server-rhscl-7-rpms/x86_64 Red Hat Software Collections RPMs for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Server 4,279 repolist: 14,713
    10. In the Satellite web UI, go to Hosts > Discovered hosts. If there are discovered hosts available, turn them off and then delete all entries under the page. Select all other organizations in turn using the organization setting menu and repeat this action as required. Reboot these hosts after the upgrade has completed.
    11. Make sure all external Capsule Servers are assigned to an organization, otherwise they might get unregistered due to host-unification changes.
    12. Configure the repositories in the Satellite web UI.

      1. In the Satellite web UI, go to Content > Red Hat Repositories and select the RPM tab.
      2. Find and expand the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Product.
      3. Find and expand Red Hat Satellite Tools 6.2 (for Red Hat Enterprise Linux X Server) (RPMs).
      4. Select Red Hat Satellite Tools 6.2 for Red Hat Enterprise Linux X Server RPMs x86_64.
    13. Synchronize the newly enabled repositories.

      1. In the Satellite web UI, go to Content > Sync Status.
      2. Click the arrow next to the product to view available repositories.
      3. Select the repositories for 6.2.
      4. Click Synchronize Now.

        If you get an error when trying to update the Satellite Tools repository, make sure you DO NOT delete the manifest from the Customer Portal or in the Satellite Web UI as this will unregister all of your content hosts. See the Red Hat Knowledgebase solution Cannot enable Red Hat Satellite Tools Repo on Satellite 6.2 for more information.

    14. Update any pre-existing Content Views that utilize 6.1 version repositories with the new version for 6.2. Publish and promote updated versions of any Content Views that now have the new 6.2 version repositories.
    15. Clear the repository cache.

      # yum clean all
    16. Run the upgrade check again to ensure that the steps that we have already undertaken have not resulted in a situation in which tasks might get stuck during the upgrade:

      # foreman-rake katello:upgrade_check
    17. Stop Katello services.

      # katello-service stop
    18. Update all packages.

      # yum update
    19. If you have custom Apache server configurations, they will be reverted to the installation defaults in the next step. If you want to see what will be changed when you perform the upgrade, you can enter the upgrade command with the (no operation) option and review the changes that will be applied when you enter the upgrade command in the following step. If you choose not to do this test, skip to the next step now. Alternatively, proceed as follows:

      1. Add the following line to the configuration file.

        Include /etc/httpd/conf.modules.d/*.conf
      2. Restart the service.

        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, enter the following command:

          # service httpd restart
        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, enter the following command:

          # systemctl restart httpd
      3. Start the and database services.

        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, enter the following command:

          # service postgresql start # service mongod start
        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, enter the following command:

          # systemctl start postgresql # systemctl start mongod
      4. Enter the command with the option as follows.

        # satellite-installer --scenario satellite --upgrade --verbose --noop

        Review the to see what changes would be applied if the option was omitted. Look for the and symbols indicating changes to configurations files. Because the above "no operation" command does not actually create the files, and some Puppet resources in the module expect them to be there, some failure messages are to be expected.

      5. Stop Katello services.

        # katello-service stop
    20. Perform the upgrade by running the installer script with the option.

      # satellite-installer --scenario satellite --upgrade

      If you run the command from a directory containing a config subdirectory, you will encounter the following error:

      ERROR: Scenario (config/satellite.yaml) was not found, can not continue.

      In such a case, change directory, for example to the root user’s home directory, and run the command again.

    21. Check and restore any changes required to the DNS and DHCP configuration files using the backups made earlier.
    22. If you made changes in the previous step, restart Katello services.

      # katello-service restart
    23. Update the Discovery template in the Satellite web UI.

      1. Go to Hosts > Provisioning templates.
      2. Select PXELinux global default.
      3. In the Template editor dialog box, edit the PXELinux global default template discovery menu entry, updating the stanza that begins with LABEL discovery to match the following text:

        LABEL discovery MENU LABEL Satellite 6 Discovery MENU DEFAULT KERNEL boot/fdi-image-rhel_7-vmlinuz APPEND initrd=boot/fdi-image-rhel_7-img rootflags=loop root=live:/fdi.iso rootfstype=auto ro rd.live.image acpi=force rd.luks=0 rd.md=0 rd.dm=0 rd.lvm=0 rd.bootif=0 rd.neednet=0 nomodeset proxy.url=https://SATELLITE_CAPSULE_URL:9090 proxy.type=proxy IPAPPEND 2
        • The option can be either or . For , all communication goes through the Capsule. For , the communication goes directly to Satellite Server.
        • The specifies the URL of the Satellite Capsule or Server. Both HTTP and HTTPS protocols are supported.
    24. If you have the OpenSCAP plug-in installed, but do not have the default OpenSCAP content available, run the following command.

      # foreman-rake foreman_openscap:bulk_upload:default
    25. In the Satellite web UI, go to Configure > Discovery Rules and associate selected organizations and locations with discovery rules.
    26. After upgrading, add the parameter to commands in your backup script.

      From Satellite 6.2.13, you must add the parameter because the command prompts for confirmation that the backup is to proceed. For more information about backing up Satellite Server, see Backup and Disaster Recovery in the Server Administration Guide.

    6.4. Upgrading a Disconnected Satellite Server

    Before You Begin

    • You should have upgraded to the latest minor release of Red Hat Satellite Server 6.1. Direct upgrade from earlier minor versions is not supported. For more information, see Upgrading Between Minor Versions of Satellite in the Red Hat Satellite 6.1 Installation Guide.
    • Review and update your firewall configuration prior to upgrading your Satellite Server. For additional information, see Section 2.5, “Ports and Firewalls Requirements”.
    • Make sure you DO NOT delete the manifest from the Customer Portal or in the Satellite Web UI as this will unregister all of your content hosts.
    • Backup and remove all Foreman hooks before upgrading. Put any hooks back only after Satellite is known to be working after the upgrade is complete.

    You must retain the content of both the directory and the directory in which you created any source files associated with your custom certificates. Even if you choose to implement custom certificates, you must retain the content of the directory when performing upgrades. Failure to retain these files during an upgrade causes the upgrade to fail. If these files have been deleted, they must be restored from a backup in order for the upgrade to proceed.

    Upgrade Disconnected Satellite Server

    1. Create a backup.

      • On a virtual machine, take a snapshot.
      • On a physical machine, create a backup.
    2. A pre-upgrade script is available to detect conflicts and list hosts which have duplicate entries in Satellite Server that can be unregistered and deleted after upgrade. In addition, it will detect hosts which are not assigned to an organization. If a host is listed under Hosts > All hosts without an organization association and if a content host with same name has an organization already associated with it then the content host will automatically be unregistered. This can be avoided by associating such hosts to an organization before upgrading.

      Run the pre-upgrade check script to get a list of hosts that can be deleted after upgrading. If any unassociated hosts are found, associating them to an organization before upgrading is recommended.

      1. To use the pre-upgrade script, ensure you have or later.

        # yum update ruby193-rubygem-katello
      2. Run the pre-upgrade check script to get a list of hosts that can be deleted after upgrading. If any unassociated hosts are found, associating them to an organization before upgrading is recommended.

        # foreman-rake katello:upgrade_check

        If the upgrade check reports a failure due to running tasks, then it is recommended that you wait for the tasks to complete. It is possible to cancel some tasks, but you should follow the guidance in the Red Hat Knowledgebase solution How to manage paused tasks on Red Hat Satellite 6 to understand which tasks are safe to cancel and which are not safe to cancel.

    3. Backup the DNS and DHCP configuration files and as the installer only supports one domain or subnet, and therefore restoring changes from these backups might be required.
    4. If you have made manual edits to DNS or DHCP configuration files and do not want the changes overwritten, run the following command.

      # katello-installer --capsule-dns-managed=false \ --capsule-dhcp-managed=false
    5. In the Satellite web UI, go to Hosts > Discovered hosts. If there are discovered hosts available, turn them off and then delete all entries under the page. Select all other organizations in turn using the organization setting menu and repeat this action as required. Reboot these hosts after the upgrade has completed.
    6. Make sure all external Capsule Servers are assigned to an organization, otherwise they might get unregistered due to host-unification changes.
    7. Stop Katello services.

      # katello-service stop
    8. Obtain the ISO file, mount it, and install the packages. For more information, see Section 3.2, “Downloading and Installing from a Disconnected Network”.
    9. If you have custom Apache server configurations, they will be reverted to the installation defaults in the next step. If you want to see what will be changed when you perform the upgrade, you can enter the upgrade command with the (no operation) option and review the changes that will be applied when you enter the upgrade command in the following step. If you choose not to do this test, skip to the next step now. Alternatively, proceed as follows:

      1. Add the following line to the configuration file.

        Include /etc/httpd/conf.modules.d/*.conf
      2. Restart the service.

        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, enter the following command:

          # service httpd restart
        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, enter the following command:

          # systemctl restart httpd
      3. Start the and database services.

        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, enter the following command:

          # service postgresql start # service mongod start
        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, enter the following command:

          # systemctl start postgresql # systemctl start mongod
      4. Enter the command with the option as follows.

        # satellite-installer --scenario satellite --upgrade --verbose --noop

        Review the to see what changes would be applied if the option was omitted. Look for the and symbols indicating changes to configurations files. Because the above "no operation" command does not actually create the files, and some Puppet resources in the module expect them to be there, some failure messages are to be expected.

      5. Stop Katello services.

        # katello-service stop
    10. Perform the upgrade by running the installer script with the option.

      # satellite-installer --scenario satellite --upgrade

      If you run the command from a directory containing a config subdirectory, you will encounter the following error:

      ERROR: Scenario (config/satellite.yaml) was not found, can not continue.

      In such a case, change directory, for example to the root user’s home directory, and run the command again.

    11. Check and restore any changes required to the DNS and DHCP configuration files using the backups made earlier.
    12. If you made changes in the previous step, restart Katello services.

      # katello-service restart
    13. Update the Discovery template in the Satellite web UI.

      1. Go to Hosts > Provisioning templates.
      2. Select PXELinux global default.
      3. In the Template editor dialog box, edit the PXELinux global default template discovery menu entry, updating the stanza that begins with LABEL discovery to match the following text:

        LABEL discovery MENU LABEL Satellite 6 Discovery MENU DEFAULT KERNEL boot/fdi-image-rhel_7-vmlinuz APPEND initrd=boot/fdi-image-rhel_7-img rootflags=loop root=live:/fdi.iso rootfstype=auto ro rd.live.image acpi=force rd.luks=0 rd.md=0 rd.dm=0 rd.lvm=0 rd.bootif=0 rd.neednet=0 nomodeset proxy.url=https://SATELLITE_CAPSULE_URL:9090 proxy.type=proxy IPAPPEND 2
        • The option can be either or . For , all communication goes through the Capsule. For , the communication goes directly to Satellite Server.
        • The specifies the URL of the Satellite Capsule or Server. Both HTTP and HTTPS protocols are supported.
    14. If you have the OpenSCAP plug-in installed, but do not have the default OpenSCAP content available, run the following command.

      # foreman-rake foreman_openscap:bulk_upload:default
    15. In the Satellite web UI, go to Configure > Discovery Rules and associate selected organizations and locations with discovery rules.
    16. After upgrading, add the parameter to commands in your backup script.

      From Satellite 6.2.13, you must add the parameter because the command prompts for confirmation that the backup is to proceed. For more information about backing up Satellite Server, see Backup and Disaster Recovery in the Server Administration Guide.

    6.5. Upgrading Capsule Servers

    Before You Begin

    • You should have upgraded the Satellite Server before upgrading any Capsule Servers.
    • The capsule should be on at least the 6.1.9 minor version of Red Hat Satellite Server 6.1. The requirement is to be at least on 6.1.9, upgrading to a higher minor version past 6.1.9 is not needed for the upgrade to Red Hat Satellite 6.2. Direct upgrades from earlier minor versions are not supported. For more information, see Upgrading Between Minor Versions of Satellite in the Red Hat Satellite 6.1 Installation Guide.
    • Ensure the Capsule’s base system is registered to the newly upgraded Satellite Server.
    • Ensure the Capsule has the correct organization and location settings in the newly upgraded Satellite Server.
    • Review and update your firewall configuration prior to upgrading your Capsule Server. For additional information, see Section 2.5, “Ports and Firewalls Requirements”.

    You must retain the content of both the directory and the directory in which you created any source files associated with your custom certificates. Even if you choose to implement custom certificates, you must retain the content of the directory when performing upgrades. Failure to retain these files during an upgrade causes the upgrade to fail. If these files have been deleted, they must be restored from a backup in order for the upgrade to proceed.

    Upgrading Capsule Servers

    1. Create a backup.

      • On a virtual machine, take a snapshot.
      • On a physical machine, create a backup.
    2. Backup the DNS and DHCP configuration files and as the installer only supports one domain or subnet, and therefore restoring changes from these backups might be required.
    3. If you have made manual edits to DNS or DHCP configuration files and do not want the changes overwritten, enter the following command.

      # capsule-installer --foreman-proxy-dns-managed=false \ --foreman-proxy-dhcp-managed=false
    4. Disable the repository for Red Hat Satellite 6.1.

      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, run the following command:

        # subscription-manager repos \ --disable rhel-6-server-satellite-capsule-6.1-rpms
      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, run the following command:

        # subscription-manager repos \ --disable rhel-7-server-satellite-capsule-6.1-rpms
    5. Enable the new repositories.

      The Red Hat Software Collections repository provides a later version of Ruby required by some Red Hat Satellite features, including the Remote Execution feature.

      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, run the following command:

        # subscription-manager repos \ --enable rhel-7-server-satellite-capsule-6.2-rpms \ --enable rhel-server-rhscl-7-rpms
      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, run the following command:

        # subscription-manager repos \ --enable rhel-6-server-satellite-capsule-6.2-rpms \ --enable rhel-server-rhscl-6-rpms
    6. In the Satellite web UI, go to Hosts > Discovered hosts. If there are discovered hosts available, turn them off and then delete all entries under the page. Select all other organizations in turn using the organization setting menu and repeat this action as required. Reboot these hosts after the upgrade has completed.
    7. Clear the repository cache.

      # yum clean all
    8. Stop Katello services:

      # katello-service stop
    9. Update all packages.

      # yum update
    10. On the Satellite Server, generate an archive with new certificates.

      # capsule-certs-generate --capsule-fqdn "mycapsule.example.com" \ --certs-tar "mycapsule.example.com-certs.tar"

      You should replace mycapsule.example.com with the fully qualified domain name of the Capsule Server.

    11. Copy the archive file to the Capsule Server.

      # scp mycapsule.example.com-certs.tar mycapsule.example.com:~/

      Do not remove the certificate archive file after the upgrade, it is required for future updates.

    12. If you plan to use Capsule Server as a proxy for discovered hosts, install the Discovery plug-in.

      # yum install rubygem-smart_proxy_discovery.noarch
    13. On the Capsule Server, verify that the setting is correct.

      # grep foreman_url /etc/foreman-proxy/settings.yml

      The fully qualified domain name of the Satellite Server should display.

    14. If you have custom Apache server configurations, they will be reverted to the installation defaults in the next step. If you want to see what will be changed when you perform the upgrade, you can enter the upgrade command with the (no operation) option and review the changes that will be applied when you enter the upgrade command in the following step. If you choose not to do this test, skip to the next step now. Alternatively, proceed as follows:

      1. Add the following line to the configuration file.

        Include /etc/httpd/conf.modules.d/*.conf
      2. Restart the service.

        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, enter the following command:

          # service httpd restart
        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, enter the following command:

          # systemctl restart httpd
      3. Start the database service.

        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, enter the following command:

          # service mongod start
        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, enter the following command:

          # systemctl start mongod
      4. Enter the command with the option as follows.

        # satellite-installer --scenario capsule --upgrade --verbose --noop

        Review the to see what changes would be applied if the option was omitted. Look for the and symbols indicating changes to configurations files. Because the above "no operation" command does not actually create the files, and some Puppet resources in the module expect them to be there, some failure messages are to be expected.

      5. Stop Katello services.

        # katello-service stop
    15. Perform the upgrade by running the installer script with the option, and specify the path to the certificate archive previously created on the Satellite Server.

      # satellite-installer --scenario capsule --upgrade \ --capsule-certs-tar mycapsule.example.com-certs.tar

      If you run the command from a directory containing a config subdirectory, you will encounter the following error:

      ERROR: Scenario (config/capsule.yaml) was not found, can not continue.

      In such a case, change directory, for example to the root user’s home directory, and run the command again.

    16. Check and restore any changes required to the DNS and DHCP configuration files using the backups made earlier.
    17. Upgrade the foreman-discovery package on Satellite Server and turn on the hosts that were shut down prior to the upgrade.
    18. After upgrading, add the parameter to commands in your backup script.

      From Satellite 6.2.13, you must add the parameter because the command prompts for confirmation that the backup is to proceed. For more information about backing up Satellite Server, see Backup and Disaster Recovery in the Server Administration Guide.

    6.6. Upgrading Discovery on Capsule Servers

    1. Verify that all relevant packages are current on the Satellite Server.

      # yum upgrade tfm-rubygem-foreman_discovery
    2. Restart Katello services, if applicable.

      # katello-service restart
    3. Upgrade the Discovery image on the Satellite Capsule that is either connected to the provisioning network with discovered hosts or provides TFTP services for discovered hosts.

      # yum upgrade foreman-discovery-image
    4. On the same instance, install the package which provides the Proxy service, and then restart foreman-proxy service.

      # yum install rubygem-smart_proxy_discovery # service foreman-proxy restart
    5. In the Satellite web UI, go to Infrastructure > Capsules and verify that the relevant proxy lists the Discovery feature. Click Refresh features if necessary.
    6. Go to Infrastructure > Subnets and select the required Smart Proxy for each subnet on which you want to use discovery, and verify that it is connected to the Discovery Proxy.

    Update the Discovery template in the Satellite web UI.

    1. Go to Hosts > Provisioning Templates.
    2. Select PXELinux global default.
    3. In the Template editor dialog box, edit the PXELinux global default template discovery menu entry, updating the stanza that begins with LABEL discovery to match the following text:

      LABEL discovery MENU LABEL Satellite 6 Discovery MENU DEFAULT KERNEL boot/fdi-image-rhel_7-vmlinuz APPEND initrd=boot/fdi-image-rhel_7-img rootflags=loop root=live:/fdi.iso rootfstype=auto ro rd.live.image acpi=force rd.luks=0 rd.md=0 rd.dm=0 rd.lvm=0 rd.bootif=0 rd.neednet=0 nomodeset proxy.url=https://SATELLITE_CAPSULE_URL:9090 proxy.type=proxy IPAPPEND 2
      • The option can be either or . For , all communication goes through the Capsule. For , the communication goes directly to Satellite Server.
      • The specifies the URL of the Satellite Capsule or Server. Both HTTP and HTTPS protocols are supported.
      • You can omit the proxy.url option and determine the Capsule DNS name from its SRV record. This is useful if there are multiple discovery subnets. For more information, see Configuring PXE-booting in the Red Hat Satellite Host Configuration Guide.

    6.7. Upgrading Satellite Clients

    You must upgrade all clients to the new version of so that your clients are compatible with Satellite Server. This requires changing the Satellite Tools repository from 6.1 to 6.2, which can be done manually or by installing the package. This package only contains a post installation script to change the Satellite Tools repository version.

    Before You Begin

    • You must have upgraded Satellite Server.
    • You must have enabled the new Satellite Tools repositories on the Satellite.
    • You must have synchronized the new repositories in the Satellite.
    • If you have not previously installed on your clients, use the manual method.

    You must retain the content of both the directory and the directory in which you created any source files associated with your custom certificates. Even if you choose to implement custom certificates, you must retain the content of the directory when performing upgrades. Failure to retain these files during an upgrade causes the upgrade to fail. If these files have been deleted, they must be restored from a backup in order for the upgrade to proceed.

    Upgrade Satellite Clients Using the satellite-tools-upgrade Package

    1. In the Satellite web UI, go to Hosts > Content Hosts or Host Collections and select the Content Hosts to be upgraded.
    2. On the Packages tab, enter the package name in the search field.

      1. If upgrading a single host using the Content Host view, select Perform to install the package.
      2. If upgrading a collection of hosts using the Bulk Actions view, select Install to install the package.
    3. On the Packages tab, enter the package name in the search field.

      1. If upgrading a single host using the Content Host view, select Package Update and then Perform to update the package.
      2. If upgrading a collection of hosts using the Bulk Actions view, select Update to update the package.

    Until Red Hat Bugzilla 1291960 is resolved, you will see duplicate package versions installed on your systems after attempting to upgrade using the web UI or the hammer CLI. See the bug for more details.

    Upgrade Satellite Clients Manually

    1. Log into the client system.
    2. Disable the repositories for the previous version of Satellite.

      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, run the following command:

        # subscription-manager repos \ --disable rhel-7-server-satellite-tools-6.1-rpms
      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, run the following command:

        # subscription-manager repos \ --disable rhel-6-server-satellite-tools-6.1-rpms
    3. Enable the Satellite tools repository for this version of Satellite.

      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, run the following command:

        # subscription-manager repos \ --enable=rhel-7-server-satellite-tools-6.2-rpms
      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, run the following command:

        # subscription-manager repos \ --enable=rhel-6-server-satellite-tools-6.2-rpms
    4. Upgrade the Katello Agent package.

      # yum upgrade katello-agent

    6.8. Upgrading a Self-Registered Satellite Server

    You can synchronize your self-registered Satellite Server with the Red Hat Customer Portal, publish and promote Content Views, and upgrade your self-registered Satellite Server.

    Before You Begin

    • You have upgraded to at least the minor version 6.1.9 of Red Hat Satellite Server 6.1. The requirement is to be at least on 6.1.9, upgrading to a higher minor version past 6.1.9 is not needed for the upgrade to Red Hat Satellite 6.2. Direct upgrades from earlier minor versions are not supported. For more information, see Upgrading Between Minor Versions of Satellite in the Red Hat Satellite 6.1 Installation Guide.
    • Review and update your firewall configuration prior to upgrading your Satellite Server. For additional information, see Section 2.5, “Ports and Firewalls Requirements”.
    • Make sure you DO NOT delete the manifest from the Customer Portal or in the Satellite Web UI as this will unregister all of your content hosts.
    • Backup and remove all Foreman hooks before upgrading. Put any hooks back only after Satellite is known to be working after the upgrade is complete.

    You must retain the content of both the directory and the directory in which you created any source files associated with your custom certificates. Even if you choose to implement custom certificates, you must retain the content of the directory when performing upgrades. Failure to retain these files during an upgrade causes the upgrade to fail. If these files have been deleted, they must be restored from a backup in order for the upgrade to proceed.

    Upgrade Self-Registered Satellite Server

    1. Create a backup.

      • On a virtual machine, take a snapshot.
      • On a physical machine, create a backup.
    2. A pre-upgrade script is available to detect conflicts and list hosts which have duplicate entries in Satellite Server that can be unregistered and deleted after upgrade. In addition, it will detect hosts which are not assigned to an organization. If a host is listed under Hosts > All hosts without an organization association and if a content host with same name has an organization already associated with it then the content host will automatically be unregistered. This can be avoided by associating such hosts to an organization before upgrading.

      Run the pre-upgrade check script to get a list of hosts that can be deleted after upgrading. If any unassociated hosts are found, associating them to an organization before upgrading is recommended.

      1. To use the pre-upgrade script, ensure you have or later.

        # yum update ruby193-rubygem-katello
      2. Run the pre-upgrade check script to get a list of hosts that can be deleted after upgrading. If any unassociated hosts are found, associating them to an organization before upgrading is recommended.

        # foreman-rake katello:upgrade_check

        If the upgrade check reports a failure due to running tasks, then it is recommended that you wait for the tasks to complete. It is possible to cancel some tasks, but you should follow the guidance in the Red Hat Knowledgebase solution How to manage paused tasks on Red Hat Satellite 6 to understand which tasks are safe to cancel and which are not safe to cancel.

    3. Backup the DNS and DHCP configuration files and as the installer only supports one domain or subnet, and therefore restoring changes from these backups might be required.
    4. If you have made manual edits to DNS or DHCP configuration files and do not want the changes overwritten, run the following command.

      # katello-installer --capsule-dns-managed=false \ --capsule-dhcp-managed=false
    5. List the enabled repositories:

      # subscription-manager repos --list-enabled
    6. Ensure you have the following repositories enabled and no others:

      rhel-X-server-satellite-tools-6.1-rpms rhel-server-rhscl-X-rpms rhel-X-server-satellite-6.1-rpms rhel-X-server-rpms

      Where X is the major version of the base system. If other repositories are found, follow the Section 3.1.3, “Configuring Repositories” procedure to remove them.

    7. Disable the repositories for the previous version of Satellite on the base system.

      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, enter the following commands:

        # subscription-manager repos \ --disable rhel-6-server-satellite-6.1-rpms # subscription-manager repos \ --disable rhel-6-server-satellite-tools-6.1-rpms
      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, enter the following commands:

        # subscription-manager repos \ --disable rhel-7-server-satellite-6.1-rpms # subscription-manager repos \ --disable rhel-7-server-satellite-tools-6.1-rpms
    8. If required, to verify that the Satellite 6.1 repositories are now disabled, enter a command as follows:

      # subscription-manager repos --list-enabled
    9. Configure the repositories in the Satellite web UI.

      1. In the Satellite web UI, go to Content > Red Hat Repositories and select the RPM tab.
      2. Find and expand the Red Hat Satellite Product.
      3. Find and expand the Repository Set Red Hat Satellite 6.1 (for Red Hat Enterprise Linux X Server) (RPMs).
      4. Unselect Red Hat Satellite 6.1 for Red Hat Enterprise Linux X Server RPMs x86_64.
      5. Find and expand the Repository Set Red Hat Satellite 6.2 (for Red Hat Enterprise Linux X Server) (RPMs).
      6. Select Red Hat Satellite 6.2 for Red Hat Enterprise Linux X Server RPMs x86_64.
      7. Find and expand the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Product.
      8. Find and expand Red Hat Satellite Tools 6.2 (for Red Hat Enterprise Linux X Server) (RPMs).
      9. Select Red Hat Satellite Tools 6.2 for Red Hat Enterprise Linux X Server RPMs x86_64.
      10. In the Other tab, find and expand Red Hat Software Collections for RHEL Server.
      11. Find and expand Red Hat Software Collections RPMs (for Red Hat Enterprise Linux X Server).
      12. Select Red Hat Software Collections RPMs for Red Hat Enterprise Linux X Server x86_64.
    10. Synchronize the newly enabled repositories.

      1. In the Satellite web UI, go to Content > Sync Status.
      2. Click the arrow next to the product to view available repositories.
      3. Select the repositories for 6.2.
      4. Click Synchronize Now.

        If you get an error when trying to update the Satellite Tools repository, make sure you DO NOT delete the manifest from the Customer Portal or in the Satellite Web UI as this will unregister all of your content hosts. See the Red Hat Knowledgebase solution Cannot enable Red Hat Satellite Tools Repo on Satellite 6.2 for more information.

    11. Update any pre-existing Content Views that utilize 6.1 version repositories with the new version for 6.2. Publish and promote updated versions of any Content Views that now have the new 6.2 version repositories.
    12. Enable the new repositories on the base system when the repositories have finished synchronizing.

      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, enter the following commands:

        # subscription-manager repos \ --enable rhel-6-server-satellite-6.2-rpms \ --enable rhel-6-server-satellite-tools-6.2-rpms \ --enable rhel-6-server-rpms \ --enable rhel-server-rhscl-6-rpms
      • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, enter the following commands:

        # subscription-manager repos \ --enable rhel-7-server-satellite-6.2-rpms \ --enable rhel-7-server-satellite-tools-6.2-rpms \ --enable rhel-7-server-rpms \ --enable rhel-server-rhscl-7-rpms
    13. In the Satellite web UI, go to Hosts > Discovered hosts. If there are discovered hosts available, turn them off and then delete all entries under the page. Select all other organizations in turn using the organization setting menu and repeat this action as required. Reboot these hosts after the upgrade has completed.
    14. Make sure all external Capsule Servers are assigned to an organization, otherwise they might get unregistered due to host-unification changes.
    15. Clear the repository cache.

      # yum clean all
    16. Download the following packages.

      # yum install --downloadonly rubygem-smart_proxy_remote_execution_ssh \ rubygem-smart_proxy_openscap rubygem-smart_proxy_dynflow \ tfm-rubygem-smart_proxy_dynflow_core \ tfm-rubygem-foreman_remote_execution katello-client-bootstrap
    17. Download all updated packages.

      # yum update --downloadonly
    18. Stop Katello services.

      # katello-service stop
    19. Install the previously downloaded packages.

      # yum install rubygem-smart_proxy_remote_execution_ssh \ rubygem-smart_proxy_openscap rubygem-smart_proxy_dynflow \ tfm-rubygem-smart_proxy_dynflow_core \ tfm-rubygem-foreman_remote_execution katello-client-bootstrap
    20. Install all updated packages from the cache.

      # yum update --cacheonly
    21. If you have custom Apache server configurations, they will be reverted to the installation defaults in the next step. If you want to see what will be changed when you perform the upgrade, you can enter the upgrade command with the (no operation) option and review the changes that will be applied when you enter the upgrade command in the following step. If you choose not to do this test, skip to the next step now. Alternatively, proceed as follows:

      1. Add the following line to the configuration file.

        Include /etc/httpd/conf.modules.d/*.conf
      2. Restart the service.

        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, enter the following command:

          # service httpd restart
        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, enter the following command:

          # systemctl restart httpd
      3. Start the and database services.

        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, enter the following command:

          # service postgresql start # service mongod start
        • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, enter the following command:

          # systemctl start postgresql # systemctl start mongod
      4. Enter the command with the option as follows.

        # satellite-installer --scenario satellite --upgrade --verbose --noop

        Review the to see what changes would be applied if the option was omitted. Look for the and symbols indicating changes to configurations files. Because the above "no operation" command does not actually create the files, and some Puppet resources in the module expect them to be there, some failure messages are to be expected.

      5. Stop Katello services.

        # katello-service stop
    22. Perform the upgrade by running the installer script with the option.

      # satellite-installer --scenario satellite --upgrade

      If you run the command from a directory containing a config subdirectory, you will encounter the following error:

      ERROR: Scenario (config/satellite.yaml) was not found, can not continue.

      In such a case, change directory, for example to the root user’s home directory, and run the command again.

    23. Check and restore any changes required to the DNS and DHCP configuration files using the backups made earlier.
    24. If you made changes in the previous step, restart Katello services.

      # katello-service restart
    25. Update the Discovery template in the Satellite web UI.

      1. Go to Hosts > Provisioning templates.
      2. Select PXELinux global default.
      3. In the Template editor dialog box, edit the PXELinux global default template discovery menu entry, updating the stanza that begins with LABEL discovery to match the following text:

        LABEL discovery MENU LABEL Satellite 6 Discovery MENU DEFAULT KERNEL boot/fdi-image-rhel_7-vmlinuz APPEND initrd=boot/fdi-image-rhel_7-img rootflags=loop root=live:/fdi.iso rootfstype=auto ro rd.live.image acpi=force rd.luks=0 rd.md=0 rd.dm=0 rd.lvm=0 rd.bootif=0 rd.neednet=0 nomodeset proxy.url=https://SATELLITE_CAPSULE_URL:9090 proxy.type=proxy IPAPPEND 2
        • The option can be either or . For , all communication goes through the Capsule. For , the communication goes directly to Satellite Server.
        • The specifies the URL of the Satellite Capsule or Server. Both HTTP and HTTPS protocols are supported.
    26. If you have the OpenSCAP plug-in installed, but do not have the default OpenSCAP content available, run the following command.

      # foreman-rake foreman_openscap:bulk_upload:default
    27. In the Satellite web UI, go to Configure > Discovery Rules and associate selected organizations and locations with discovery rules.
    28. Synchronize the Satellite Server with the Red Hat Customer Portal.

      1. Go to Content > Sync Status.

        A list of product repositories available for synchronization is displayed.

      2. Click the arrow next to the product content to view available content.
      3. Select the content you want to synchronize.
      4. Click Synchronize Now.

        Content synchronization can take a long time and it depends on the speed of disk drives, network connection speed, and the amount of content selected for synchronization.

    29. (Optional) Publish the required Content Views.

      You must publish the Content View so that it is visible and usable by hosts. Before publishing, you should ensure that the Content View definition has the necessary products, repositories, and filters.

      1. From the Main Menu, select Content > Content Views.
      2. From the Name column, select the Satellite Server Content View.
      3. Click Publish New Version.
      4. Enter a comment and click Save.
    30. (Optional) Promote the Content View.

      1. From the Main Menu, select Content > Content Views.
      2. In the Name column, select the Satellite Server Content View.
      3. On the Versions tab, select the latest version and click Promote.
      4. Identify the promotion path, select the appropriate life-cycle environment, and click Promote Version.

        When the operation completes, you can see the updated Content View status on the Versions tab.

    31. After upgrading, add the parameter to commands in your backup script.

      From Satellite 6.2.13, you must add the parameter because the command prompts for confirmation that the backup is to proceed. For more information about backing up Satellite Server, see Backup and Disaster Recovery in the Server Administration Guide.

    6.9. Post Upgrade Cleanup

    All the procedures in this section are optional. You can choose to perform only those procedures that are relevant to your installation.

    6.9.1. Removing Redundant Firewall Rules

    Red Hat Satellite 6.2 does not use Elasticsearch and therefore firewall rules related to Elasticsearch can be removed. These are the lines with destination port 9200.

    Removing Redundant Firewall Rules on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6

    1. List the firewall rules.

      # iptables -nL --line-numbers
    2. Identify the following lines and remove them. Note that the chain name is OUTPUT and the line numbers might differ.

      Chain OUTPUT (policy ACCEPT) num target prot opt source destination 1 ACCEPT tcp -- 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 tcp dpt:9200 owner UID match 496 2 ACCEPT tcp -- 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 tcp dpt:9200 owner UID match 0 3 DROP tcp -- 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 tcp dpt:9200
    3. Remove the iptables rules.

      iptables -D <chain-name> <line-number>

      For example, to remove line 1 from the above output, enter a command as follows:

      # iptables -D OUTPUT 1
    4. After removing the lines, save the changes.

      # service iptables save
    5. Make sure the iptables service is started and enabled.

      # service iptables start # chkconfig iptables on

    Removing Redundant Firewall Rules on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

    1. List the direct rules.

      1. For IPv4:

        # firewall-cmd --direct --get-rules ipv4 filter OUTPUT
      2. For IPv6:

        # firewall-cmd --direct --get-rules ipv6 filter OUTPUT
    2. Remove the firewall direct rules.

      1. For IPv4:

        firewall-cmd --direct --remove-rule IPv4 filter <chain_name> rule

        Example:

        # firewall-cmd --direct --remove-rule ipv4 filter OUTPUT 0 -o lo -p \ tcp -m tcp --dport 9200 -m owner --uid-owner foreman -j ACCEPT \ && firewall-cmd --direct --remove-rule ipv4 filter OUTPUT 0 -o lo -p \ tcp -m tcp --dport 9200 -m owner --uid-owner root -j ACCEPT \ && firewall-cmd --direct --remove-rule ipv4 filter OUTPUT 1 -o lo -p \ tcp -m tcp --dport 9200 -j DROP
      2. For IPv6:

        firewall-cmd --direct --remove-rule IPv6 filter <chain_name> rule

        Example:

        # firewall-cmd --direct --remove-rule ipv6 filter OUTPUT 0 -o lo -p \ tcp -m tcp --dport 9200 -m owner --uid-owner foreman -j ACCEPT \ && firewall-cmd --direct --remove-rule ipv6 filter OUTPUT 0 -o lo -p \ tcp -m tcp --dport 9200 -m owner --uid-owner root -j ACCEPT \ && firewall-cmd --direct --remove-rule ipv6 filter OUTPUT 1 -o lo -p \ tcp -m tcp --dport 9200 -j DROP
    3. Ensure the firewall service is enabled and started.

      # systemctl enable firewalld # systemctl start firewalld

    6.9.2. Removing Elasticsearch

    Red Hat Satellite 6.2 does not use Elasticsearch and therefore the packages and directory used by Elasticsearch can be removed.

    Removing Elasticsearch and Related Packages

    Remove the following packages as they are no longer needed.

    # yum erase elasticsearch sigar-java sigar snappy-java \ lucene4-contrib lucene4

    Removing Elasticsearch User

    Remove the user created by Elasticsearch.

    # userdel -r elasticsearch

    Removing Elasticsearch Directory

    Remove the database directory and its contents.

    # rm -rf /var/lib/elasticsearch

    6.9.3. Removing the Previous Version of the Satellite Tools Repository

    After completing the upgrade to Satellite 6.2, the Red Hat Satellite Tools 6.1 repository can be removed from Content Views and then disabled.

    1. Disable Version 6.1 of the Satellite Tools Repository

      1. In the Satellite web UI, go to Content > Red Hat Repositories and select the RPM tab.
      2. Find and expand the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Product.
      3. Find and expand the Repository Set Red Hat Satellite Tools 6.1 (for Red Hat Enterprise Linux X Server) (RPMs).
      4. Unselect Red Hat Satellite Tools 6.1 for Red Hat Enterprise Linux X Server RPMs x86_64.

    If the check box is dimmed, then the repository is still contained in a Content View. The orphaned packages in the repository will be removed automatically by a scheduled task (cron job).

    Источник: https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_satellite/6.2/html/installation_guide/upgrading_satellite_server_and_capsule_server
    grep "Serial:"

    Uninstall Tool Crack {Latest Version} Full Free Here!

    Uninstall Tool Crack is knowledgeable software program software whose function is that will help you uninstall applications out of your system and delete registry entries and different remnants. Moreover, the software features a startup supervisor that means that you can disable or allow applications that run at Home windows startup.

    Download-Button

    Clean set up and a number of other tweaks:

    Putting in the software program takes place very quickly and you might choose the parts that you just wish to deploy on the system. You may go for the “Set up and Hint” function which helps you monitor all entries added to your system by a brand new put in utility. Plus, you may place the Uninstall Tool Activation Key free icon in Home windows Management Panel.

    Consumer-friendly interface:

    This system routinely builds up a listing with all utilities put in in your system and supplies details about each, reminiscent of identify, dimension and set update. The record may be refreshed with a single click on and exported to HTML file format.

    What’s extra, you might carry out search operations for shortly figuring out an app within the record, kind objects by system or hidden records data, open up the Home windows Registry Editor for viewing data in regards to the entries for a selected software, entry the set up folder, in addition, to carry out searches on Google in regards to the desired software program.

    Completely different uninstallation modes:

    Uninstall Tool Key generator portable now offers you the likelihood to works with two completely different modes for eliminating software program out of your laptop. You may uninstall the chosen program, scan the pc for registry entries and leftover records data, in addition, to delete all of the detected traces.

    The second mode is constructed particularly for serving to you determine system records data and registry objects belonging to a sure software. It proves to be notably helpful particularly when you’ll want to delete out of date or invalid entries, which couldn’t be usually faraway from the system.

    Monitoring choices:

    The “Set up and Hint” mode helps you control the modifications which can be made to your system when putting in a new software program. You may view all entries left behind for every monitored utility.

    Startup supervisor:

    A sensible function bundled within the package deal empowers you to take a look at the applications that run routinely at Home windows startup, view present person registry key and particulars in regards to the utilities identify, standing, supply and firm, allow or disable them, in addition, to add a brand new app to startup.

    Configuration settings

    Uninstall Tool Crack mac windows allows you to make a number of tweaks associated with sorting the put in functions listed in the principle panel by completely different standards, spotlight not too long ago put in applications, show popup window with not too long ago put in the software program, and activate or disable the uninstallation wizard.

    Highly effective and dependable uninstaller:

    All in all, Uninstall Tool Torrent combines ease of use with a number of superior options for serving to you take away applications and leftover records data, hint new put in the software program, in addition, to handle startup objects.

    Key features:

    • Utterly take away any software program
    • three Instances Quicker than commonplace elimination program
    • Uninstall System and Hidden applications
    • Add/Take away Applications that robotically run at system startup
    • Moveable Mode: run from USB flash drive
    • Uninstall Applications that might not be eliminated by Add/Take away program.
    • Power elimination of uninstalls associated entries within the registry.
    • Highlighting of not too long ago put in purposes within the record
    • Good Search ™ permits fast discovering of any utility you want.
    • Navigate to a particular program’s Registry Entry, Set up Folder and its Net Web site.
    • View Detailed Info of a sure utility put in in your pc.
    • Simple to make use of and fashionable Person Interface permits to work comfortably with Uninstall Instrument.
    • Multilingual interface with the native assist of 31 languages
    • The choice to exchange Add/Take away the program or add Uninstall Instrument to Management Panel
    • Saving (exporting to HTML) detailed reviews about at the moment put in purposes
    • Operating “Home windows Parts” and “Add/Take away Applications” instruments

    Download-Button

    New in Uninstall Tool Build 5610 Cracked:

    • Higher About dialog with Privateness coverage, EULA and Uninstall info
    • Translations replace

    Requirements:

    Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / XP 64-bit / Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit/

    CPU: 1.5 GHz Intel Core

    RAM: 1 GB

    Disk Space: 1 GB

    Languages: Supports Multilingual

    How to use its crack?

    Источник: https://crackedrar.com/uninstall-tool/

    Chapter 6. Upgrading Satellite Server and Capsule Server

    Upgrading is the process of migrating your Satellite and Capsule Server installations from a y-stream release to the next, for example Satellite 6.1 to Satellite 6.2; while updating is the process of migrating your Satellite and Capsule Server installations from a z-stream release to the next, for example Satellite 6.2.7 to Satellite 6.2.8. This section covers upgrading instructions. For more information on updating, see Chapter 7, Updating Satellite Server, Capsule Server, and Content Hosts. Upgrades are usually done in order to take advantage of significant new features or capabilities. Because upgrades can involve deprecation of installed code, they can require a significant amount of time. You should plan your workflow to avoid disruption to your operating environment when performing upgrades. Before upgrading, check the Red Hat Satellite Release Notes for potential conflicts.

    The Satellite Server and Capsule Servers are upgraded independently. Upgrade the Satellite Server first, and then upgrade any Capsule Servers. Satellite 6.1 Capsule Servers are not compatible with Satellite 6.2, and must be upgraded before attempting to synchronize any repositories.

    You must also manually upgrade Satellite clients to the new version of after upgrading the Satellite Server and Capsule Servers. See Section 6.7, “Upgrading Satellite Clients” for more information.

    The Red Hat Satellite Server and Capsule Server y-stream versions must match. For example, a 6.1 Satellite Server cannot run a 6.2 Capsule Server and a 6.2 Satellite Server cannot run a 6.1 Capsule Server. Mismatching Satellite Server and Capsule Server versions will result in the Capsule Server failing silently. However, a Capsule Server using one z-stream version older than the Satellite Server is supported. For example, a Satellite 6.2.8 Satellite Server can run a 6.2.7 Capsule Server.

    Supported upgrade paths for Satellite 6.2:

    • Satellite 6.0.X GA to 6.1.X GA.
    • Satellite 6.1.9 GA or later to 6.2.X GA or later.

    You must perform the upgrade from each version to the next. Upgrading from the Beta to GA version is not supported.

    Storage Requirements for Satellite 6.2

    The storage requirements for Satellite have changed from the previous version. Before upgrading, review the storage requirements as detailed in Section 2.2, “Storage Requirements and Recommendations” and ensure that the requirements are met before attempting an upgrade.

    I/O Speed Requirements for Satellite 6.2

    Upgrading from Satellite or Capsule 6.1 to 6.2 is a lengthy operation that can take many hours depending on the size of the repositories on the Satellite or Capsule. The upgrade processing rate for the content of the directory is estimated at between 50 GB and 100 GB per hour. If you have 500 GB of content, the upgrade could take from 5 to 10 hours.

    If the Pulp directory is stored on an NFS device, the upgrade takes significantly more time. For example, testing with 600 GB of Pulp storage took 30 hours to migrate over NFS.

    To check the size of the directory, enter the following command:

    # df -h /var/lib/pulp

    Checking I/O speed is important because it affects the duration of the upgrade. Testing with the tool, and examining the reported element, can identify a potential performance problem. You need to check where the location of the directory is mounted, and with this information you are then able to determine the I/O speed.

    1. First of all, install in order to be able to measure I/O speed.

      # yum install hdparm
    2. Display information about the directory.

      # df /var

      Examine the output and identify the logical device used by the directory. In this example, it is .

      Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/rhel_vm37--118-root 200303044 41739160 158563884 21% /
    3. Display information about the logical volume.

      # lvs -a -o +devices

      Examine the output and identify the device associated with the logical volume. In this example, it is the device, which located at .

      LV VG Attr LSize Pool Origin Data% Meta% Move Log Cpy%Sync Convert Devices root rhel_vm37-118 -wi-ao---- 191.12g /dev/vda2(0) swap rhel_vm37-118 -wi-ao---- 7.88g /dev/vda2(48926)
    4. Measure the I/O speed to the relevant device. Use the location of the device that you identified in the previous step. In this example, it is . The result is reported under the element.

      # hdparm -tT /dev/vda2

      Remember will vary depending on where the directory is mounted on your system, which is why it is vital to correctly identify the location by following the above steps.

    A minimum of 80 MB/s is recommended for read access to the device used in the partition. Throughput lower than this can cause extreme performance issues with your Satellite installation, upgrade, and day-to-day operations. In extreme situations, slow I/O (in the order of 10–20 MB/s) to the partition has caused Satellite 6.1 to 6.2 upgrades to take in excess of 24 hours.

    Following the Progress of the Upgrade

    Due to the lengthy upgrade time, consider using a utility such as that allows suspending and reattaching a communication session so that you can check the upgrade progress without having to stay connected to the command shell continuously. The Red Hat Knowledgebase article How do I use the screen command? describes installing ; alternately see the manual page for more information. If you lose connection to the shell where the installation command is running you can see the logs in to determine if the process completed successfully.

    Foreman Hooks' Report Class Renamed to ConfigReport

    In Satellite 6.2 the Report class has been changed to ConfigReport. This means the hooks triggered by Rails events no longer look for a script stored in the directory. Upgrading requires removing all hooks until the upgrade has completed successfully. After completing the upgrade and verifying that Satellite is working as expected, restore the Foreman hooks. Create a directory and move hooks such as and to the new directory. Rails events and Foreman hooks are described in Using Foreman Hooks in the Red Hat Satellite Server Administration Guide.

    Docker Support in Satellite 6.2

    Satellite 6.2 has upgraded Docker support from version 1 to version 2. With that change, Docker has altered its data model removing support of Docker images and introducing support for manifests. As a result of this fundamental change, Docker version 1 support is completely removed; therefore, any existing Docker version 1 repositories are deleted as part of the upgrade.

    The previously created containers will still be visible in Satellite Server and can still be started, however you will not be able to create new containers as the images will no longer be present.

    To assist in creating Docker version 2 repositories post upgrade, obtain and save the details of any Docker version 1 repositories prior to the upgrade.

    This can be accomplished using the Satellite web UI or the Hammer CLI.

    To view existing Docker repositories using the Satellite web UI:

    1. Go to Content > Products
    2. Select the repositories to display the settings.

    To view existing Docker repositories using the CLI:

    1. List all docker repositories for a specific organization:

      # hammer repository list --organization-id 1 --content-type docker
    2. Obtain docker repository information for a specific repository:

      # hammer repository info --id 3

    Once the upgrade has been completed, if the above repositories are available from a Docker version 2 registry, they can be recreated with the appropriate details (such as name, docker-upstream-name, and URL). The process to manage Docker version 2 content is similar to the process in Satellite 6.1 with Docker version 1 and other content types: create and synchronize repositories, then create, publish, and promote Content Views.

    6.1. Migrating from Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

    Red Hat Satellite 6.2 is the last y-stream version that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 supports. To upgrade to a later version of Red Hat Satellite 6, you must first migrate to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. You might also want to migrate your existing Satellite installation to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 and later upgrade Red Hat Satellite.

    Red Hat Satellite 6.2.13 introduces satellite-clone. This tool copies an existing Satellite installation from an existing Red Hat Enterprise Linux server to a new Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 server.

    The Satellite clone tool does not support migrating a Capsule Server to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. Instead you must backup the existing Capsule Server, restore it on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, then reconfigure the Capsule Server.

    The Satellite migration process includes only the Red Hat Satellite environment. Any customizations made outside the Satellite environment, for example manually configured cron jobs, are outside scope.

    Terminology

    Throughout this procedure, ensure that you understand the following terminology:

    • Source server - existing Satellite Server or Capsule Server
    • Target server - new server, to which Satellite Server or Capsule Server is being migrated

    In migrating a Satellite Server or Capsule Server, the following requirements apply:

    • Install only a minimal Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 instance. Do not install any Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 software groups, or third-party applications. Complete the prerequisites in the Preparing your environment for installation section of the Installation Guide.
    • The target server must have capacity to store the backup files, which the source server transfers to the target server, and the backup files when they are restored.
    • If you are registering the target server using an activation key, obtain it from the Red Hat Customer Portal.

      For more information, see Subscription Asset Manager: Activation Key in the Subscription Concepts and Workflows Guide.

    6.1.3. Satellite Server Migration Overview

    The high-level steps of migrating Satellite Server or a Capsule Server are as follows:

    1. Backup the source Satellite Server or Capsule Server.
    2. Stop all Satellite services.
    3. Copy the backup files to the target server.
    4. Migrate the source Satellite Server or Capsule Server.
    5. Shut down the source Satellite Server or Capsule Server.
    6. Finalize the target Satellite Server or Capsule Server configuration.
    7. Decommission the source Satellite Server or Capsule Server.

    Isolate the target server from internal networks to avoid unwanted communication with Capsule Servers and hosts. Reconnect the target server after the source server is decommissioned.

    A connection to the Red Hat Content Delivery Network (CDN) is required for subscription activation and Satellite installation, unless installing from ISO files.

    6.1.4. Migrating a Satellite Server

    The following procedure outlines how to migrate an existing Satellite Server installation to the target server.

    1. On the source server, identify the current Red Hat Satellite subscription:

      # subscription-manager list --consumed \ --matches 'Red Hat Satellite'

      : Uninstall tool 3.5.8 serial key - Activators Patch

      ADOBE XD PORTABLE - FREE ACTIVATORS
      Uninstall tool 3.5.8 serial key - Activators Patch
      Uninstall tool 3.5.8 serial key - Activators Patch
      AISEESOFT HD VIDEO CONVERTER FREE DOWNLOAD
      uninstall tool 3.5.8 serial key  - Activators Patch

      Notice: Undefined variable: z_bot in /sites/mynewextsetup.us/serial-key/uninstall-tool-358-serial-key-activators-patch.php on line 110

      Notice: Undefined variable: z_empty in /sites/mynewextsetup.us/serial-key/uninstall-tool-358-serial-key-activators-patch.php on line 110

    Comments

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *