Over the past few weeks there have been kernel updates for Fedora 11. |
When my system receives updates, usually using yumex, and a new kernel is installed, the oldest kernel in my /boot directory is deleted automatically and any "title" commands in /boot/grub/grub.conf referring to those kernels is also removed. There are only three kernels at a time in my /boot directory.
So far this has not been a problem, though I almost lost some special settings in my grub.conf file when old kernels were removed.
What controls how many kernels, vmlinuz and associated files, are kept in the /boot directory?
Is there any way to change this to save a different number of kernels or insure that a specific kernel is not automatically removed from your system?
Steven F. LeBrun
"There are 10 types of people in this world, those that understand
binary and those who don't."
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