Re: Upgrade kernel from 2.67?
On Mon, Jan 03, 2005 at 04:05:35AM +0100, Agustin wrote:
> On Mon, 03 Jan 2005 02:10:05 +0100, David Mandelberg wrote:
> > Agustin wrote:
> >> Thanks, Adam. This is exactly what I want to do, but I'm not sure what I
> >> can delete or move. How will I find this out?
> > You can get rid of older kernels (always keep the current one though), you can
> > delete old log files (in /var/log), another thing is, if /home is on the same
> > partition, you could compress/delete files from your home.
> Partition sizes and occupancy are as follows:
> Directory Type Size
> Total Occupied
> /dev/hdh2 / ext3 134 Mb 134 Mb
> /dev/hdh5 /usr ext3 3,5 Gb 2,3 Gb
> /dev/hdh6 /var ext3 1,7 Gb 972 Mb
> /dev/hdh7 /tmp ext3 294 Mb 8,1 Mb
> /dev/hdh8 /home ext3 3,6 Gb 2,5 Gb
> tmpfs /dev/shm tmpfs 237 Mb 0 bytes
> Thanks again,
Make a copy of /boot and its contents at /home/boot
Delete /boot and its contents
Create a soft link whose target is /home/boot and whose name is /boot
>From the point of view of file access path, /boot appears to be in the
same place, but it now has ~1Gb of extra space. You could use /usr
rather than /home. It is your choice.
Paul E Condon