After upgrades, one machine did not want to boot, not finding the kernel or initrd. After some investigation, I figured out the newly written BLS entry in
On this particular machine,
/boot is not a separate partition but a directory in the root partition. I’m aware there are efforts to make
/boot sharable between distributions, and for that to work it will have to be a partition of its own. But is this a requirement in F30? It was not necessary up to F29. Looking in
/usr/lib/kernel/install.d/90-loaderentry.install I see no way to add a
/boot to the beginning of the
Am I missing something obvious?
(This particular machine is only running Fedora, and will not have any need for multiboot feature.)