with UBI images, you don’t need an active RHEL subscription to build your own custom images.
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You're paying for support and patches..the OS itself --CI am sorry. Your post and responses have been moved to a new thread.
This will help your question get the attention it deserves.
I think there are even some guides on how to migrate from a RHEL installation to Cent OS by modifying your yum repos.
Redhat announced Universal Base Images (UBI) at May 2019.
Can i use Red Hat Enterprise Linux without subscription ( in Production Environment ), as i require no support from RHEL. ( Like Microsoft ) Regard's Raki If your application is running in a local lan and not exposed to the internet, then your risk are lower. If you know what you are doing and can keep a close eye on the computer itself, then it should be fine.
If you are not comfortable doing that, then you can easily migrate to either Cent OS or Scientific Linux.
To fix it edit /etc/rhsm/and set insecure to 1 to disable certificate validation:insecure = 1Because, subscription-manager-rhsm-certificates package on Cent OS does not contain this crt file. Or you can use the workaround to create this file at https://bugs.centos.org/view.php?