SUMA Client Patch Status (WebUI and CLI) is Not in Sync

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SUSE Manager 4.1
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications 12 SP5


A SLES-SAP SUSE Manager client is showing two different statuses for the needed patches;  the webUI indicates more patches available to be installed, while the client command line indicates no new updates are available.


Re-generate yum cache for affected channels from SUMA command line (replace the '*' with the name of the actual channels which are used on the affected client).

1.  List all the channels which are assigned to the affected client:
# spacecmd system_details <name_of_the_client>
2.  Re-generate yum cache for affected channels:
# spacecmd -u <admin> --debug -- softwarechannel_regenerateyumcache -f '*'

...for example:

# spacecmd -u sadmin --debug -- softwarechannel_regenerateyumcache -f 'sles12sp5-sap-sandbox-SLE12-SP5-SAP-Pool for x86_64'
3.  Run package refresh at least for the affected client:  in the webUI click on the affected system => Software => Update package list


Abnormal communication between the SUSE Manager and the client causes this issue, and the regenerating of the YUM cache resolves it.  Please notice that removing and registering the client again may or may not resolve this issue. 

Additional Information

If this TID did not help, please also check the TID 000019939 (Clients report pending updates in web-UI even when they are fully patched) regarding taskomatic.service.


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  • Document ID:000020572
  • Creation Date: 17-Mar-2022
  • Modified Date:24-Mar-2022
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications
    • SUSE Manager Server
    • SUSE Manager Proxy

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