Subject: Re: which kernel booted?
To: matthew green <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Darren Reed <email@example.com>
Date: 01/02/2002 17:45:47
In some email I received from matthew green, sie wrote:
> it's not just netbooting. see macs, for instance. the point i was
> making is that you can never in all cases know. i guess the null
> kernel will be OK in these cases...but isn't all this moot with a
Hmmm. I'm not sure. It solves a particular class of problems, yes.
When you have a "crowded" / (netbsd.old, netbsd. netbsd.GENERIC,
netbsd.gz, etc) and you have no "booted_kernel", how do you know
which one you are using? Which one can I delete? "uname -a"
and searching with strings is fine so long as you don't have one
with securelevel=-1 and another with securelevel=0 from the same
kernel build. I think it was this that made me ask this question.