[CentOS] Safe method to remove old kernels
scmoseman at gmail.com
Fri Oct 12 13:23:43 UTC 2007
# rpm -qa | grep kernel-2 | sort
I'm running the most recent kernel available, and I've never had a
problem with any past kernels, so I don't believe there's any reason
to keep all of them. I guess kernels get a fresh install instead of
an upgrade? Can I safely rpm-e the old kernel packages? Should this
be something I do through yum instead?
Some of my CentOS servers have even more old kernels than this sample.
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