This is a relatively fresh CentOS 6 installation with the install script from my VirtualminPro license area.
For some reason, every time there is a new kernel update I am unable to install it, as yum informs me that there is a shortage of space in /boot
I then have to delete the oldest kernel on my system with rpm -e and subsequently do a yum update after which the new kernel is successfully installed. I can then shutdown -r now to boot in to the new kernel.
Just curious to know why I have to do this each time a kernel update is available? Shouldn't the initial installation through your script offer enough space in /boot to take care of this? Just seems odd that I have to intervene each time a kernel update is available. Is this normal with all relatively fresh installs running CentOS 6?