Here are some simple ways that can help you fix the unreadable system ID error.
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rhn_check -vPreserve error checking on systems registered with Red Hat Subscription Manager (RHSM):
#rhn_check -vERROR: system identifier could not be read
# yum check for update
rhn_checkcommand is used to select patches, packages programmed through the RHN Classic Portal for registered RHN Classic systems. This command runs in the same way as the
rhnsdservice on systems outside of RHN Classic managed.
rhn_checkcommand does not work with the Hat Red Subscription Manager.
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List: red listSubject: rhnsd: research: /usr/sbin/rhn_check ERROR: unreadablePosted by Lee Howard, Fax Guy (Deanox). ! ! comDate: 2000-09-30 7:41:14[Download RAW message in addition to text]Turn off./etc/rc.d/init.d/rhndstopand disable rhnd in ntsysvLee HowardAt 22:39 09/29/00 -07:00 Dan Browning wrote:> At regular intervals, rhnsd /var/log/messages is logged:>>/usr/sbin/rhn_check> ERROR: Unable to read body id.>> What is it and what can I do?>>Dan Browning> Network and database administrator>cyclone comcomputer systems>>>>________________________________________________> Redhat List Snail Mailing List>email@example.com> https://listman.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/redhat-list>[previous in the list] [next in the list] [previous in the chain] [next in the chain]