SUSE Manager Proxy Registration
Migrating a traditional proxy to a Salt proxy is not possible. SUSE Manager Proxy systems are Salt or traditional clients that are installed with the Unified Installer and registered to SUSE Manager using bootstrap script or GUI.
For more information about reinstalling proxies, see installation:proxy-setup.adoc.
Migrating a traditional proxy to a Salt proxy is not possible. If you want to change a traditional proxy to a Salt proxy, you need to reinstall the proxy. For more information about reinstalling proxies, see installation:proxy-setup.adoc.
After the Salt client is succesfully bootstrapped, it needs to be configured as a`SUSE Manager Proxy.
This procedure describes software channel setup and registering the installed proxy as the SUSE Manager client, using an activation key.
Before you can select the correct child channels while creating the activation key, ensure you have completely downloaded the SUSE Manager Proxy 4.2 channel and all the recommended and mandatory SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP3 channels.
Create an activation key based on the
SLE-Product-SUSE-Manager-Proxy-4.2-Poolbase channel. For more information about activation keys, see client-configuration:activation-keys.adoc.Figure 1. Proxy activation key
Child Channelslisting select the recommended channels by clicking the
SLE-Product-SUSE-Manager-Proxy-4.2-Updateschannel is mandatory.Figure 2. Base and Child Proxy Channel
For more information about bootstrap scripts, see client-configuration:registration-bootstrap.adoc.Figure 3. Modifying bootstrap script
Alternatively, in the SUSE Manager Web UI, navigate to.Figure 4. Bootstrapping a proxy from GUI
Navigate to, and check that the four proxy channels (
SLE-MODULE) plus the recommended channels are selected.
SLE-PRODUCT-Poolmust be the base channel and the others are child channels.Figure 5. Proxy Channels
Continue with setting up the registered SUSE Manager Proxy: proxy-setup.adoc.