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Re: [opensuse-factory] Leap 42.3 Build 0277 and multiversion.kernels
  • From: Knurpht - Gertjan Lettink <knurpht@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2017 11:50:35 +0200
  • Message-id: <6514343.l1FM6zqC0r@knurphtlaptop>
Op donderdag 15 juni 2017 09:10:42 CEST schreef Frank Krüger:
Am 15.06.2017 um 03:53 schrieb Neil Rickert:
On 06/14/2017 03:19 PM, Frank Krüger wrote:
Rebooting and applying the purge-kernels service removes the standard
kernel-default-4.4.69-2.3 as expected. However, using "zypper dup" tries
to install the standard kernel again.

That's not quite right.

The previous kernel was actually "kernel-default-4.4.69-2.2". That was
replaced by "kernel-default-4.4.69-2.3"

I did not have kernel-default-4.4.69-2.2 installed before (see below)

The new kernel is a recompile of the same kernel as before. The two
cannot co-exist. Both of them will have the kernel stored as
"/boot/kernel-default-4.4.69-2", and that would give a conflict. So the
older kernel was actually removed by "zypper" during your update. The
"purge-kernels" service did not have anything to do.

You are probably right, that you have not seen this happen with 42.2.
But we do often see it happen with Tumbleweed. Once the final release
of 42.3 is out, you probably won't see this happen. But the development
is being handled similarly to Tumbleweed, so these recompiles may occur
again during the development phase.

I hope that helps explain what you are seeing, and why it isn't a problem.

Thank you for your explanation. The issue I experience, however, is
the following (using kernel stable repo):

rpm -q kernel-default:
kernel-default-4.11.4-1.1.gcba98ee.x86_64
kernel-default-4.11.5-1.1.g8ffa6bb.x86_64

as expected, since I have multiversion.kernels = latest,latest-1,running.

Applying "zypper dup" pulls in kernel-default-4.4.69-2.3, which will be
removed after a reboot with purge-kernels.service. This does not make
sense at all in my opinion.

Any idea?

Regards, Frank

That's because you haven't done a vendor switch to the kernel:stable repo
a 'zypper dup --from "YourKernelRepo" ' should fix that AFAIK. After doing this
zypper will know that kernel-default should come from the Kernel:Stable repo
and not install the distribution one.


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