12.2 Configuring a Spacewalk Server to Act as a Ksplice Mirror

To configure a Spacewalk server to act as a Ksplice mirror, configure repositories and associated software channels for the Oracle Linux releases and architectures of the clients on which you want to run Ksplice Offline Client. Each Ksplice channel should be a child of the appropriate base software channel. See Section 2.4, “Working with Repositories” and Section 2.5, “Working with Software Channels”.

The following table shows the channels that are available for Ksplice on Oracle Linux.

Channel Name

Channel Label

Description

Ksplice for Oracle Linux 5 (i386)

ol5_i386_ksplice

Oracle Ksplice clients, updates, and dependencies for Oracle Linux 5 on i386 systems.

Ksplice for Oracle Linux 5 (x86_64)

ol5_x86_64_ksplice

Oracle Ksplice clients, updates, and dependencies for Oracle Linux 5 on x86-64 systems.

Ksplice for Oracle Linux 6 (i386)

ol6_i386_ksplice

Oracle Ksplice clients, updates, and dependencies for Oracle Linux 6 on i386 systems.

Ksplice for Oracle Linux 6 (x86_64)

ol6_x86_64_ksplice

Oracle Ksplice clients, updates, and dependencies for Oracle Linux 6 on x86-64 systems.

Ksplice for Oracle Linux 7 (x86_64)

ol7_x86_64_ksplice

Oracle Ksplice clients, updates, and dependencies for Oracle Linux 7 on x86_64 systems.

For example, you would specify the URL of the Ksplice for Oracle Linux 6 (x86_64) channel on ULN as:

uln:///ol6_x86_64_ksplice