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Re: Why does old kernel boot when new kernel installed?



Nico Morrison wrote:

> In answer - only 1 grub.conf
>
> <snip>
> [root ns5 nico]# whereis grub.conf
> grub: /sbin/grub /etc/grub.conf /usr/share/grub
> /usr/share/man/man8/grub.8.gz
> [root ns5 nico]#
> </snip>

I have never used grub, but can you try this:

halt machine, wait 10mins, boot.  Now do a
    ls -lu /etc/grup.conf

to see if any process lokked at it a minute ago.  If no, then I presume grub
is not looking at the file at all.

--
Sanjeev





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