orcharhino 5.0 is here!

What’s new?

  • orcharhino installer can now be used to provision orcharhino on
    • Oracle Linux 7
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
    • CentOS 7
  • New Delivery Service:
    • Regular updates of the base OS packages supplied to your orcharhino.
    • More control over the update process (orcharhino updates need to be explicitly enabled to prevent inadvertent orcharhino updates when attempting to update only the base OS packages).
    • Stable client synchronization interface.
  • orcharhino is listed as supported ISV product on oracle website
  • New base Foreman 1.22.1 with Katello 3.12.3
  • Puppet 6 integration
  • Proxmox Compute-Resource Plugin
    • VM-Volume management
    • Proxmox 6.0
    • Proxmox plugin can now manage Proxmox Cluster installations
  • Installer:
    • Installation of Plugin VirtWhoConfigure
    • Installation of Plugin for Compute-Resource Azure
    • Autom. installation of salt-master from orcharhino repository (if Salt has been chosen as Config-Mgmt-Plugin)
  • Installation guide for orcharhino appliance for VMware (OVA)
  • Vagrant file for installing orcharhino in vagrant demo and testing environments.
  • new bootstrap-scripts for Debian/Ubuntu, SLES
  • VMware vSphere 6.7 Hardware compatible (HW-Version 15)
  • Dependency resolution within content views
  • New orcharhino clients for EL8 based Linux distributions:
    • CentOS 8
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
    • Oracle Linux 8

Proxmox Compute-Resource Plugin

Bug Fixes

  • candlepin crashes with java version java-1.8.0-openjdk-1: java-1.8.0-openjdk-headless-1:
  • Proxmox: scsi ID for disks cannot be defined correctly
  • “deb_version_cmp does not honour epic” Version 1:2.3.4 > 3.4.5
  • The setting of the second disc only possible with a keyboard (PROXMOX)
  • Some facts have errors with possible unmatched contraints: [:parent_fact]
  • Show only datastores of corresponding cluster/compute resource