[CentOS] heads up: /boot space on kernel upgrade

Fri Feb 12 07:10:16 UTC 2016
Oscar Osta Pueyo <oostap.listas at gmail.com>

I always used 500~512 with yum configured for clean kernels installation =

Best regards,
El dia 11/02/2016 8:25 p. m., <m.roth at 5-cent.us> va escriure:

> Chris Murphy wrote:
> > Default boot volume on Fedora is 500M, with a kernel installonly_limit
> > of 3. So far this seems sufficient, even accounting for the "rescue
> > kernel" (which is really a nohostonly initramfs, which is quite a bit
> > larger than the standard hostonly initramfs used for numbered
> > kernels).
> IIRC, we saw discussions elsewhere, and ... I think it's called fedup
> (great name, great marketing!) that updated a full release, and it
> *really* needed > 500M, as it was dumping a *lot* in /boot. And, as they
> say, disk space is cheap, esp. when we buy multiterabyte disks, even for
> the root drive. (Ok, most of them are 1TB).
>        mark
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