I’m new to SMT stuff (not even sure if this is a right subforum to post)
Here is my problem: I don’t know how to get the right repository ID for command line tools.
I’m trying to mirror on my SMT a reposiroty called SLES12-Pool.
When I run
smt-repos -m I get the following output:
| Yes | 461 | nu | SLES12-Pool | sle-12-x86_64 | SLES12-Pool for sle-12-x86_64 | Yes | No |
Second column is named “ID” which I assume is a repository ID, but when I run
smt-repos -o I get completly different ID for that repo:
| Yes | 3 | nu | SLES12-Pool | sle-12-x86_64 | SLES12-Pool for sle-12-x86_64 | Yes | No |
Finally when I tried to mirror this repo neither 461 or 3 does not work.
smt-mirror --repo <461 or 3 here>
However when I mirrored this repo via
yast2 smt it goes well and process list shows smt-mirror running like:
/usr/bin/perl /usr/sbin/smt-mirror -L /var/log/smt/smt-mirror.log --repository 1634
Where did repository id 1634 came from ?