it works now – I forgot to install the errata.py on the clients!
In addition, I made some modification on parseUbuntu.py so that reboot suggestions in the errata will ignite a reboot suggestion in spacewalk.
I think Phil will include this soon into his spacewalk-scripts http://www.devops-blog.net/spacewalk/configuring-errata-for-ubuntu-with-spacewalk
Otherwise I can post it here.
BTW I noticed that only the Script of Steve Meier include the “reboot_suggested” keyword into the CentOS errata xml file, the “new, adapted” versions doesn’t (https://github.com/liedekef/spacewalk_scripts).
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Im Auftrag von Waldirio Manhães Pinheiro
Hello Christian, good morning
When you say "everything else works", all packages was installed correctly in your environment ?! Your erratas was applied !?
If not, what's happen if you try to update manually ?!
On Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 5:01 AM, Stehle, Christian <Christian Stehle hs-neu-ulm de> wrote:
I’ve registered several Ubuntu 12/14 Clients to our spacewalk server.
After applying erratas to those clients, I’m getting error “Client execution returned "Invalid function call attempted" (code 6)”.
Everything else works (what should work for Debian). Does anybody know a solution for this?