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How to manage Livepatch on-prem fleet

Livepatch server stores information about the status of machines attached to it. This can be used to identify machines which failed to apply patches.

$ livepatch-admin report machines <tier> [<patch-version>] [<patch-state>]

The output of this command will contain a list of machines, along with their machine IDs and additional information.

is one of:

  • applied
  • apply-failed
  • unapplied
  • needs-check
  • nothing-to-apply
  • unknown
  • check-failed
  • applied-with-bug
  • Kernel-upgrade-required

Note that the machine IDs correspond to unique livepatch clients. To associate each client system with the machine ID you can run the command below on the client.

$ cat /etc/machine-id

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