[CentOS] Should I be worried?
ssilva at sgvwater.com
Wed Mar 4 23:17:53 UTC 2009
on 3-4-2009 2:48 PM Todd Cary spake the following:
> Bill -
> I did remove some of the older files (only a few) and there was then
> enough room to unpack the update. Is there some basic guideline on how
> many to remove?
> William L. Maltby wrote:
>> On Wed, 2009-03-04 at 11:38 -0800, Todd Cary wrote:
>>> When doing my updates, I got this message:
>>> error: unpacking of archive failed on
>>> file /boot/System.map-2.6.9-78.0.
>>> Unfortunately, I installed Centos 4 about two years ago on my server
>>> that sits in the corner and does it's job of faithfully providing
>>> services without me touching it except to run a backup script and do a
>>> YUM update every week so. The result is that I have forgotten my
>>> Linux know how!
>> Out of space? do a df and df -i on the file system and see if the space
>> looks tight. If so, cleaning out some cruft might help. Also, if /boot
>> is mounted read-only I guess that could cause it.
>>> <snip sig stuff>
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I would think that the current running kernel and the last should be enough.
Maybe 3 for a short while after a kernel upgrade.
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