SUSE Manager Proxy disappeared from SUSE Manager
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SUSE Manager 4.1 Proxy
- remove them from SUSE Manager and bootstrap them again (which would mean loosing all its event history, formula configurations, group assignments etc.)
- Re-activate them using re-activation key
- identifies which clients are supposed to be register via the affected proxy (based on proxy FQDN)
- creates re-activation key for all affected clients
- adds the re-activation key into "/etc/salt/minion.d/susemanager.conf"
- restarts salt-minion service on affected clients
1. Run the following command on SUSE Manager:
salt client_name grains.item master (on SUSE Manager)
3. run the salt command from 1. again, it will hang
4. As soon the salt-broker on the SUSE Manager Proxy is restarted (systemctl start salt-broker), a reply from salt was received immediately.
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- Document ID:000020281
- Creation Date: 11-Jun-2021
- Modified Date:16-Jun-2021
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