I have a server I use as a Xen host.  On occassion, I need to boot into !Xen, 
kernel-default.

I want to keep multiple kernel-xen versions installed, but only one (eventually 
2), kernel-default.

Following

Chapter 12. Installing Multiple Kernel Versions
https://activedoc.opensuse.org/book/opensuse-system-analysis-and-tuning-guide/chapter-12-installing-multiple-kernel-versions

I've edited zypp.conf

        multiversion                        = kernel-xen
        multiversion.kernels                = 
latest,latest-1,running,3.16.7-7,3.19.4-1.g74c332b

and rebooted.

With that config, I'd expected that I'd end up with ONE kernel-default, and 
several kernel-xen.

Instead, I find

        rpm -qa | grep -i ^kernel
                kernel-default-4.0.0-1.1.g49e42b3.x86_64
                kernel-default-3.19.4-1.1.g74c332b.x86_64
                kernel-default-3.16.7-7.1.x86_64
                kernel-xen-4.0.0-1.1.g49e42b3.x86_64
                kernel-xen-3.19.4-1.1.g74c332b.x86_64
                kernel-firmware-20150209git-36.1.noarch

I.e., multiple kernel-default, and kernel-xen-3.16.7-7.1.x86_64 which existed 
before the edit/reboot, is now gone.

What's the right multiversion config to do what I need?

LT
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