cleaning old kernels the easy way

There is a built in tool to remove old unused kernels thats installed onto the system. You can just as easily remove it and clean grub entries but this is an automated method and you can even set an option to keep x amounts. step 1 – install the yum utils package yum install yum-utils step 2 – run the package-cleanup to clean up old kernels package-cleanup –oldkernels –count=2 step 3 – if you want to set it so that you only keep X number of revisions on your system then edit /etc/yum.conf and add the following installonly_limit=2 enjoy!