On Sun 19 Jan 2014 02:44:01 PM CST, shevary wrote:


malcolmlewis;18702 Wrote:
> Hi
> Yes, once the 'update' repos have synced, you should see things
> updating on the overview screen if the registered systems have updates
> available. You can then select, check and push the updates out.
>
> If only the pools have synced, then you could start deploying
> additional packages to the registered machines.
>
> It seems to be a serial process, with only one sync occurring at a
> time.
>
> Let the background syncs to finish and review the status then
> regarding the SP3 repos, we can tackle that then if it's still an
> issue.
>
> The screenshot looks fine also.
>
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The progress of download the patches form the novell server is too slow.
I will need to add the SLES 11 SP3, how do I add SP3?

thanks


Hi
So it hasn't appeared if you run;
Code:
mgr-ncc-sync -l
I would suggest logging in to http://www.suse.com and grabbing an eval
licence for SLES 11 SP3, it should then show in your NCC page, then run
the above command again.
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