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Appendix B. RHEL 8 repositories

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If your system is registered to the Red Hat Content Delivery Network (CDN) using the Red Hat Subscription Manager (RHSM), RHEL 8 repositories are automatically enabled during the in-place upgrade. However, on systems registered to Red Hat Satellite using RHSM, you must manually enable and synchronize both RHEL 7 and RHEL 8 repositories before running the pre-upgrade report.

Note

Make sure to enable the target operating system (OS) version of each repository, for example RHEL 8.10. If you have enabled only the RHEL 8 version of the repositories, the in-place upgrade is inhibited.

If you plan to use Red Hat Satellite during the upgrade, you must enable and synchronize at least the following RHEL 8 repositories before the upgrade using either the Satellite web UI or the hammer repository-set enable and hammer product synchronize commands:

Note

Replace <target_os_version> with the target operating system (OS) version, for example 8.10.

Table B.1. RHEL 8 repositories
ArchitectureRepositoryRepository IDRepository nameRelease version

64-bit Intel

BaseOS

rhel-8-for-x86_64-baseos-rpms

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 for x86_64 - BaseOS (RPMs)

x86_64 <target_os_version>

AppStream

rhel-8-for-x86_64-appstream-rpms

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 for x86_64 - AppStream (RPMs)

x86_64 <target_os_version>

IBM Power8 (little endian)

BaseOS

rhel-8-for-ppc64le-baseos-rpms

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 for Power, little endian - BaseOS (RPMs)

ppc64le <target_os_version>

AppStream

rhel-8-for-ppc64le-appstream-rpms

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 for Power, little endian - AppStream (RPMs)

ppc64le <target_os_version>

IBM Z

BaseOS

rhel-8-for-s390x-baseos-rpms

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 for IBM z Systems - BaseOS (RPMs)

s390x <target_os_version>

AppStream

rhel-8-for-s390x-appstream-rpms

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 for IBM z Systems - AppStream (RPMs)

s390x <target_os_version>

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