[BlueOnyx:01570] Re: HP DL380 G3

Darrell D. Mobley dmobley at uhostme.com
Thu Jul 2 16:38:25 PET 2009


> -----Original Message-----
> From: blueonyx-bounces at blueonyx.it [mailto:blueonyx-bounces at blueonyx.it]
> On Behalf Of Chris Gebhardt - VIRTBIZ Internet
> Sent: Thursday, July 02, 2009 5:23 PM
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> Subject: [BlueOnyx:01568] Re: HP DL380 G3
> 
> Darrell D. Mobley wrote:
> > I got my 6GB of RAM. I YUM installed the PAE kernel.  PAE kernel was
> loaded
> > as the first in the list, so I set it to default=0, rebooted and the
> server
> > was able to see all 6GB.
> >
> > I did a YUM UPDATE and it downloaded both a new regular kernel and a new
> PAE
> > kernel.  After updating, the regular kernel was first in the list, so
> now I
> > had to edit grub.conf again to set default=1.
> >
> > Is the normal listing procedure in kernel updates for the PAE to always
> be
> > second in the list or do I have to check grub.conf every time?
> 
> You could yum remove the unnecessary kernels.

That requires physical action on my part.  I was trying to determine if I
was going to have to physically look at this every time YUM updated the list
of available kernels, or if I wouldn't have to worry about it any more.




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