pattern microos-sssd_ldap unavailalble

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Environment

SUSE Linux Enterprise Micro 5.1

Situation

During the autoyast installation of a SLE Micro 5.1 server there is an error that the pattern microos-sssd_ldap cannot be found.

The autoyast part looks as follows:
  <software>
   <products config:type="list">
     <product>SUSE-MicroOS</product>
   </products>
   <install_recommended config:type="boolean">true</install_recommended>
   <patterns config:type="list">
     <pattern>basesystem</pattern>
     <pattern>microos-container_runtime</pattern>
     <pattern>microos-selinux</pattern>
     <pattern>microos-salt_minion</pattern>
     <pattern>microos-sssd_ldap</pattern>
   </patterns>
 </software>

 

Resolution

The correct pattern name would be:
microos_sssd_ldap

Cause

There is an inconsistent pattern in the pattern definition. Engineering is looking for a possible solution, but as the installation sources have already been released this is not that easy.

Disclaimer

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  • Document ID:000020455
  • Creation Date: 10-Nov-2021
  • Modified Date:23-Nov-2021
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Micro

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