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you can compare Packages file from spacewalk in /var/cache/rhn/repodata/main_trusty/ on your spacewalk server with one from ubuntu repository.
I can confirm if I manually add “Multi-Arch: allowed” into python and python3 in /var/cache/rhn/repodata/main_trusty/Packages and create Packages.gz, “apt-get update && apt-get upgrade” works.
bug=723586 In this case spacewalk is creating metadata during repo sync and Multi-Arch flag is ignored.However, did you know that you can meanwhile also (fully) manage your Debian/Ubuntu systems with Spacewalk ? For Ubuntu 12.04 there are no official packages, so I built them.Documentation on this is still sparse and you have to figure out certain things on your own. Its better to build them for 12.04 rather than adding apt source from a higher release because you will end up with alot dependency and version problems of other packages.You probably have heard of Spacewalk, the systems management solution for RHEL / Cent OS and other Red Hat-based systems.It provides and manages content / package updates for all your servers along with some other features like kickstarting / bootstrapping nodes, audits and some simple config management if you dont run Chef or Puppet or similar.
Next, we need to register the Spacewalk clients in order to subscribe channels.