cmennens wrote:Yes, it does. Yum is configured with installonly_limit=3 by default, so it should only be keeping 3 kernels. Note however that it keeps 3 of each kernel, not 3 total. You would have 3 Red Hat compatible kernels, and 3 UEK kernels.
Is there a reason Oracle Linux us auto cleaning up the old kernels by default? I know RHEL / CentOS do it out of the box. Find it strange that OEL doesn't.