TommyReynolds wrote:BTW, this is not correct: the yum repo owner is not the login when you run the repo population script, it's the user that runs Apache, which is "apache" on Oracle Linux. This is so the Apache process has permission to read the files that are downloaded from ULN and can serve them via HTTP.
The yum repo owner is just your login when you run the repo population script. This is usually root but it doesn't have to be. Make sure this user has privilege to read files in /etc/sysconfig/rhn as well as whatever directory you've put your local repo files into.