Re: Kernel panic after updating to kernel

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Somebody in the thread at some point said:

> When rebooting after installing the new kernel, I only got as far as to
> the point where it is said: "2 logical volume(s) in volume group
> "VolGroup00" now active". After that kernel panics and either reboots or
> freezes with screen full of: "<1>Unable to handle kernel paging request
> at 0000000381281ac0 RIP:". 


> Nevertheless, I'd appreciate any pointers in resolving the problem. When
> installing the next kernel, I don't wish to be left with new kernel that
> possibly won't work, and a kernel that definitely doesn't work.

You can at least avoid that fate by editing


This is responsible for controlling the "last 2 kernels" action in
yum... you can either disable it in there or change the number of
kernels it keeps.


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