Red Hat Repositories
The Red Hat repositories page can be accessed via the content menu :
Content > Red Hat Repositories
The Red Hat repositories page forms a part of orcharhino’s content management.
The Red Hat repositories page is only useful for Red Hat customers. Red Hat customers must first import a Red Hat manifest that is to be obtained from Red Hat. Once the Red Hat manifest has been imported to orcharhino, the Red Hat repositories page will allow you to enable Red Hat repositories for use through orcharhino.
We recommend setting the Default Red Hat Repository download policy to
Running Red Hat Enterprise Linux on managed hosts requires a subscription from Red Hat. Ensure to provide valid licenses for all used Red Hat products. Using insufficient, invalid, or otherwise inadequate licenses might violate your terms with Red Hat.
We recommend using a Manifest file from your Red Hat account to import available content to orcharhino. Navigate to Content > Subscriptions to see available and consumed Red Hat subscriptions.
To enable a Red Hat repository, navigate to Content > Red Hat Repositories.
The search bar (1) filters the list of Red Hat repositories on the left.
Enable repositories by dragging them to the right side (2).
This concludes importing the Red Hat manifest and enabling its repositories. These Red Hat repositories can be consumed as any other repository within orcharhino.
After enabling the Red Hat repositories, it makes sense to also synchronize them now or to set up a sync plan to do so in the future.
To synchronize content, navigate to Content > Products and select one of the products you’ve enabled:
Alternatively, you may select a single repository and start a manual sync by selecting it using the checkbox on the left and clicking the sync now button on the right side.