August 30, 2019, 08:28:33 pm by Chen Zhen
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Just recently I had an issue with our CentOS installation trying to apply a kernel update.
For some unknown reason, when the update was applied it truncated the entire OS boot folder after a reboot.
The reboot is normally necessary to apply a kernel update.
If anyone is having trouble applying a kernel update, I can suggest one course of action that worked for me.
Where it won't install or your OS is not able to boot afterward.
This is assuming you have yum installed and are using a CentOS installation.
Ubuntu may be different.
Run the commands as root or use the "sudo" prefix.
Create an image...
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