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bendeichp
06-Oct-2015, 12:46
Hi Forum,

according to the documentation, it is only possible to connect to one registration service (NCC or SCC) simultaneously.
Unfortunately the OES Repositories are only available at the NCC and the SLES12 repos in the SCC.
Documentation says, If I need both, SLES12 and OES Repositories, I had to setup a second instance.
Does this mean a second server or can I setup a second instance on the same server? If yes, I couldn't find any documentation how to achieve this and maybe you could point me to the right direction :)

Or is there any other way to provide both repositories on the same server?

Thanks in advance for any suggestions!

Cheers,
Pascal

smflood
06-Oct-2015, 13:58
On 06/10/2015 12:54, bendeichp wrote:

> according to the documentation, it is only possible to connect to one
> registration service (NCC or SCC) simultaneously.
> Unfortunately the OES Repositories are only available at the NCC and the
> SLES12 repos in the SCC.
> Documentation says, If I need both, SLES12 and OES Repositories, I had
> to setup a second instance.
> Does this mean a second server or can I setup a second instance on the
> same server? If yes, I couldn't find any documentation how to achieve
> this and maybe you could point me to the right direction :)
>
> Or is there any other way to provide both repositories on the same
> server?
>
> Thanks in advance for any suggestions!

I'm afraid that if you want to offer both SLES12 and OES repositories
via SMT you will need two separate SLES11 SP3/4 servers each running
SMT11 SP3 but with one pointing at SCC for SLES12 and the other at NCC
for OES. Fortunately those two separate SMT instances can be virtual.

HTH.
--
Simon
SUSE Knowledge Partner

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bendeichp
07-Oct-2015, 12:44
Hi Simon,

thanks for the information.

Cheers,
Pascal