Katello 3.7 Documentation

Katello 3.7 (Blonde Ale) Release Notes

For the full release notes, see the Changelog.

Features

New Red Hat Repositories & Subscriptions Pages

Completely redesigned with an eye toward usability and functionality.

New Upstream Subscriptions API

For users with Red Hat content we now provide an API for managing subscriptions against existing manifests. Check the API documentation for details.

Content Views

Composite content views can be configured to auto-publish when one of its components is changed.

Client Tooling

Zypper and DNF plugins have been added to support errata applicability similar to Yum clients

Backup and Restore Utilities

We are beginning to adopt Foreman Maintain for Katello. Our first endeavor has been to utilize it for backup and restore capabilities.

The primary goals of this change are to:

  • Centralize system operations in a single tool
  • Support remote databases
  • Support new Mongo versions (3.4)

katello-backup and katello-restore are completely removed so please be sure to update any cron jobs or scripts using them.

Contributors

  • agrawal
  • Adam Ruzicka
  • Andrew Kofink
  • Bernhard Suttner
  • Bryan Kearney
  • Chris Duryee
  • Chris Hale
  • Christine Fouant
  • Daniel Lobato Garcia
  • Dan Seethaler
  • Dmitri Dolguikh
  • Eric D. Helms
  • Evgeni Golov
  • Ido Kanner
  • Ivan Nečas
  • John Mitsch
  • Jonathon Turel
  • Justin Sherrill
  • kgaikwad
  • ldjebran
  • Lukas Zapletal
  • Marek Hulan
  • Masatake YAMATO
  • Matthias Dellweg
  • Michael Johnson
  • Michael Moll
  • Ondrej Prazak
  • Partha Aji
  • Paul Donohue
  • Quirin Pamp
  • Ranjan Kumar
  • Samir Jha
  • Sean O’Keeffe
  • Sebastian Gräßl
  • Shimon Shtein
  • Stephen Benjamin
  • Tomas Strachota
  • Tom McKay
  • Walden Raines
  • Zach Huntington-Meath


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