Install applicable errata consumer task does not report kernel packages were updated
When the API is used to have Pulp notify a consumer is updated, the task report that shows the errata details after it completed does not include kernel packages. Since kernel packages are available in errata for the specified consumer, it is expected they will be included in the report. It's not known if the errata actually did install or not, but I suspect they did.
This is likely due to the nature of yum which always installs kernel errata and never "updates" them. This is a special case for errata behavior that we should handle differently.