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Re: [Spacewalk-list] [2.1 + postgresql] Recover 'kickstart' section



did you check cobbler?

On Wed, Feb 18, 2015 at 9:50 AM, Jan Huijsmans <bofh koffie nu> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> Been lurking for years now, as I haven't been messing around in Spacewalk
> since 2010 (1.4 version) and only last year started again with 2.1. It's a
> dream to work with postgresql as back-end instead of Oracle.
>
> While I was installing 2.2 on SL 7 and got a bit stuck (encoding, just had
> time to take a dive and got it working) I tried to setup a kickstarting
> environment for CentOS 6, SL6 and openSUSE 13. It worked nicely for the
> CentOS and SL environment, but openSUSE didn't want to install. Not to
> surprising, as it was fed a kickstart file instead of an autoyast. While I
> was correcting this the server died on me.
>
> On recovery I can do anything with the environment, even install systems,
> but when I want to view a list of kickstart profiles or edit a kickstart
> distribution, I get an internal server error. The summary and the list of
> distributions is correct, but when I want to edit, nada. Looks like a
> damaged table with that info, but I can't imagine why you can access the
> data for install, but not to edit.
>
> Checked rhn, httpd and tomcat logs, quiet as a mouse. I would say the
> content of the page is incorrect, even though the mouse-over shows the link
> it should open. Is there any way to get the environment to tell me what it's
> doing or at least what it's waiting for? (max debug level would be nice)
>
> The 2.1 environment is going to be ditched, so if I break anything else, I
> don't mind, as I'm already rebuilding, but I would love to get this sorted
> out. (for when the environment is less expendable)
>
> ---
>
> Jan Huijsmans              huysmans koffie nu
>
> ... cannot activate /dev/brain, no response from main coffee server
>
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