CPanel boot partition is nearly 98% full
/boot partition is nearly 100% full - clean /boot partition | cPanel
Disk partitions - /boot to small ?- boot partition is almost full in CentOS




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boot old kernels

Kernel

version Old

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Kernel



98 % 68 %

boot 250 MB



250 500 MB

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/boot partition is nearly 100% full.
I want to clean it. Is there a quick way to delete files older than X date
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Warning: While practicing extreme caution, older kernel RPMs may be removed using the OS package manager.
If your OS is CentOS, YUM may be that tool.

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For information on using YUM, please refer to its official manual page as accessed via the following command:

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# man yum
First, check what kernel you're using, and do not attempt to remove it:

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 # uname -a
Also check what kernel RPMs are installed, and be sure to keep both the currently used kernel as well as some others to choose from as seen when checking the kernel RPM versions installed. If one version does not work (e.g., failure to boot properly) it helps to have a backup to try (with on-site assistance from data center staff).

To simply obtain a list of the installed kernel packages (RPMs), try the following:

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 # rpm -q kernel kernel-smp
An alternative to the above command, but one that will take longer to complete, is the following:

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 # rpm -qa | grep -i kernel | sort
At one's own risk, an older kernel RPM may be removed using "yum remove" followed by the package name and version,
exactly as displayed by the output from "rpm" as seen by the last command.

Warning: If there is any uncertainty involved or if this is unfamiliar please escalate the request
to the on-site data center staff as only they could help if something were to go wrong.
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