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RE: P.S. - RE: [redhat-list] updates pending question

Constance   Morris wrote:
Btw, please stop top posting.

> [mailto:redhat-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of m roth 5-cent us
> Constance   Morris wrote:
>> [mailto:redhat-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Constance Morris
>> Anyone understand the red hat customer portal for registered servers?
>> My red hat customer portal shows that there are several events (errata
>> updates) that failed for my registered server. I have rescheduled them
>> by clicking the 'reschedule' button for each one. Now, they are
>> showing in the 'pending' section of the 'events' tab for my registered
>> server.
>> I have unlocked the server and selected them, so that it now says the
>> following at the top of the screen:
>> "Pending Events
>> The following events have been scheduled for this system.
>> This system is currently unlocked. All scheduled actions will be
>> executed as expected. To stop system-changing events, you may
>> lock<https://rhn.redhat.com/rhn/systems/details/Overview.do?sid=102645
>> 2907>
>> this system.
>> You may cancel events for this system by selecting them and hitting
>> the Cancel Events button at the bottom of the page."
>> However, it has been an hour and doesn't appear to have done anything
>> that I can see; because, if I refresh the page it still shows the same
>> number of items selected. How do I know when it is completed as there
>> is no button for me to click to actually start the process?
>> Thanks!

>> P.S. If I click on one of the updates it says:
>> "This action will be executed after 2013-04-29 09:40:58 PDT.
>> This action's status is: queued.
>> This action has not yet been picked up."
>> Is there something I have to do to ensure it gets picked up?
> Heh. I see... I assume it will be done in a couple of minutes from now,
> since you say it said 09:40 PDT, and it's now 13:39 EDT, which would be
> 09:39 PDT....
> Yeah but it was set for April 29th at that time.
> They still are either not done or have not run......
*smacks head*
Missed that.

I assume redhat-update (I think that's what it's called) is running. You
could shut it down and do a yum update.


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