On 11/26/21 3:47 PM, Qubes wrote:
'awokd' via qubes-users wrote:
And that is it. When I run update from CLI I get this,
At least 33MB more space needed on the /boot filesystem."
Is that normal behavior? The disk /boot lives on is not full, the
complaint is with /boot specific.
What does "df -h" say about /boot? If it's full and you've been
updating the system for a while, check for old EFI images that haven't
been cleaned up.
df -h shows /boot is full, 100% used.
I am not sure how to fix this, can you please give me advice?
Looking at ls -l for /boot I can see a lot of old images, but I guess
that is because I have set my system to keep 15 kernels. However, I have
Interestingly I see three kernels (and corresponding initramfs) here,
but only one Xen version. So it seems kernels have versioning, but not Xen.
Of my 700MB /boot 41% (283MB) are used.
been on the 5.xxx kernel now since it was launched so I can safely
remove the 4.xxxx kernels. How does one clean this up properly. If I
just delete the files from /boot the system may still think they are
there, is there a built-in process/procedure to follow for this?
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