4 Replies Latest reply on Aug 15, 2016 12:32 AM by Bhim Singh

    Issue in RHEL5 and RHEL6 catalog

    Anushansa Gupta

      Hi all,

       

      We are facing issue in the catalog update of RHEL5 and RHEL6 . Job is completed successfully but no rpms are downloaded in the catalog because of which no missing rpms are found.

       

      Please check and update.

        • 1. Re: Issue in RHEL5 and RHEL6 catalog
          Jim Wilson

          What version of BSA?

           

          The version of the BSA Application Server can be viewed from BSA Console => Configuration =>  Infrastructure Management.  In the Infrastructure Management view, select the Application Server of interest and the full version information will be reported in the right-side window pane as the BLManager Version value.

          • 2. Re: Issue in RHEL5 and RHEL6 catalog
            Anushansa Gupta

            BSA version is 8.6.01.66

            • 3. Re: Issue in RHEL5 and RHEL6 catalog
              Bill Robinson

              can you attach the appserver log and cuj job run logs or open a ticket ?

              • 4. Re: Issue in RHEL5 and RHEL6 catalog
                Bhim Singh

                Hello Anushansa,

                 

                Long back we also faced the same issue with RHEL 5 and RHEL 6 Patch catalogue job, so at that time in our environment there is the issue with Rehat certificate-

                 

                below are the steps which we have followed and you can also follow to replace the old certificate and import a new certificate-

                 

                how to import certificate :-

                1. Run Internet Explorer as Administrator.
                2. Goto https://idp.redhat.com/idp/
                3. Click on pad-lock icon to the right of navigation bar.
                4. Click on View certificates -> Opens Certificate dialog box
                5. Goto Details tab -> Click on Copy to file
                6. Certificate Export Wizard opens -> Select DER encoded binary X.509 (.CER)
                7. Save the file as redhat.cer

                 

                For Windows Appserver:

                 

                1. Goto <NSH_DIR>\jre\lib\security

                 

                2. copy the redhat.cer file to this dir

                 

                3. Goto <NSH_DIR>\jre\bin

                 

                4. Execute cmd:

                 

                .\keytool.exe -import -alias redhat -file "..\lib\security\redhat.cer" -keystore .."\lib\security\cacerts"

                 

                password (when asked) : changeit

                 

                5. Restart the appserver for change to take effect

                 

                For Linux Appserver:

                 

                1. Goto <NSH_DIR>/br/java/lib/security

                 

                2. copy the redhat.cer file to this dir

                 

                3. Goto <NSH_DIR>/br/java/bin

                 

                4. Execute cmd:

                 

                ./keytool -import -alias redhat -file ../lib/security/redhat.cer -keystore ../lib/security/cacerts

                 

                password(when asked): changeit

                 

                5. Restart the appserver for change to take effect

                 

                 

                you have to apply the same steps on every app server (if you have multiple app server).

                 

                HTH

                Bhim