This is a plugin for Foreman that allows to clean up hosts in a Spacewalk installation when they are removed in Foreman. Spacewalk is an open source server management tool and downstream for RedHat Satellite 5 and SUSE Manager.
|Foreman Version||Plugin Version|
|>= 1.15||~> 0.1|
|>= 1.17||~> 1.0|
|>= 1.18||~> 2.0|
See How_to_Install_a_Plugin for how to install Foreman plugins.
First of all, you need to set up the smart proxy spacewalk plug-in. If you set up a new host to act as a dedicated spacewalk smart proxy, add this host as a SmartProxy. If you used an existing smart proxy host and just added the plugin there, refresh the smart proxy in Foreman's UI.
To use the spacewalk server as a content source for Foreman, just set
it up as a new installation media. The path for a SUSE Manager and SUSE Linux
operatingsystem can look like this:
If you want Foreman to remove the host in Spacewalk, when you remove the host in Foreman, the host needs to have a spacewalk proxy set. You can add a spacewalk proxy in the create or edit host form.
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