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pretty self explanatory I'd have thoguht. One.Dev.Demo is not checking in for updates. Pretty strange name, but presuming it is a real system, check that the rhn service is running on it. You can run "rhn_check" directly to check in. Doesn't really look like it's RHN related though if you're not aware of any specfic changes to it. Ensure it's generally OK across the board first, has internet access etc.
Last edited by acid_kewpie; 07-29-2013 at 02:24 AM.
Distribution: RHEL 5.1 on My PC, & SunOS / Sun Solaris, RHEL, SuSe, Debian, FreeBSD and other Linux flavors @ Work
Check RHN Satellite
Originally Posted by acid_kewpie
check that the rhn service is running on it. You can run "rhn_check" directly to check in.
Okay, I will do that.
so, I found it on the document how to check for the said service' status:
The Red Hat Network Daemon (rhnsd) periodically connects to Red Hat Network Satellite to check for updates and notifications. The daemon, which runs in the background, is typically started from the initialization scripts in /etc/init.d/rhnsd or /etc/rc.d/init.d/rhnsd.
To check for updates, rhnsd runs an external program called rhn_check located in /usr/sbin/. This is a small application that makes the network connection to RHN. The Red Hat Network Daemon does not listen on any network ports or talk to the network directly. All network activity is done via the rhn_check utility.