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  1. List item Erase obsolete kernel versions "yum erase kernel" (keeps the curren version).
  2. List item Space usage in /boot and subdirectories "du /boot | sort -n", I have 88 M, 87 M in /boot itself.
  3. List item Files in /boot "ls -la /boot", should contain two vmlinuz* and initramfs* for the current kernel.
  4. List item Check the file system on /boot (assuming it is on /dev/sda1):"cd && umount /boot && fsck -f /dev/sda1 && mount -a"
  1. List item Erase obsolete kernel versions "yum erase kernel" (keeps the curren version).
  2. List item Check Space usage in /boot and subdirectories "du /boot | sort -n", I have 88 M, 87 M in /boot itself.
  3. List item Files Check files in /boot "ls -la /boot", should contain two vmlinuz* and initramfs* for the current kernel.
  4. List item Check the file system on /boot (assuming it is on /dev/sda1):"cd && umount /boot && fsck -f /dev/sda1 && mount -a"
  1. Erase obsolete kernel versions "yum erase kernel" (keeps the curren current version).
  2. Check Space usage in /boot and subdirectories "du /boot | sort -n", I have 88 M, 87 M in /boot itself.
  3. Check files in /boot "ls -la /boot", should contain two vmlinuz* and initramfs* for the current kernel.
  4. Check the file system on /boot (assuming it is on /dev/sda1):"cd && umount /boot && fsck -f /dev/sda1 && mount -a"