It's very easy to create a Kickstart tree in Spacewalk and that to in a Automated fashion for provisioning hosts. All you have to do is create a Base Channel for CentOS and then create a Repo and then marry both and then at the time of Repo sync choose the option of "Creating a kickstartable tree".

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This article shows you the steps to install Spacewalk 2.2 (aka Satellite) version on CentOS. To start with the install we need make sure that firewall and hostname and IP are configured correctly. Make sure that these ports are opened in the firewall.

Ports required:
Outbound open ports -- 80, 443, 4545
Inbound open ports -- 80, 443, 5222 and 5269, 69 udp if you want to use tftp (for kickstart PXE)

RAM requirements -- 2GB Minimum , 4GB Recommended

This article will be based on CentOS 6. There is a one click script as well in BASH SCRIPTS section.

Requirements:
Make sure the hostname ,static IP and host entry is setup properly.

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