3.2 Subscribing to ULN Channels

The kernel image and user-space packages are available on the following ULN channels:

  • ol6_x86_64_latest (latest user-space packages for Oracle Linux 6 other than DTrace, OFED, and DRBD packages)

  • ol6_x86_64_UEKR3_latest (kernel-uek*, dtrace-modules-*, libdtrace-*, and uname26)

  • ol6_x86_64_Dtrace_userspace_latest (dtrace-utils*)

  • ol6_x86_64_ofed_UEK (latest OFED tools packages)

  • ol6_x86_64_mysql-ha-utils (drbd84-utils)

The following procedure assumes that you have already registered your system with ULN.

To subscribe your system to a channel on ULN:

  1. Log in to http://linux.oracle.com with your ULN user name and password.

  2. On the Systems tab, click the link named for the system in the list of registered machines.

  3. On the System Details page, click Manage Subscriptions.

  4. On the System Summary page, select each required channel from the list of available channels and click the right arrow to move the channel to the list of subscribed channels.

    Subscribe the system to the ol6_x86_64_latest and ol6_x86_64_UEKR3_latest channels. If required, you can also add the channels for the DTrace, OFED, and DRBD packages. You do not need to subscribe the system to the ol6_x86_64_UEK_latest channel.

  5. Click Save Subscriptions.

For information about using ULN, see the Oracle Linux Unbreakable Linux Network User's Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E37670_01/index.html.