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Reason: This page is essentially just a snippet of Vkpurge, but mentioning that running out of /boot space can cause a kernel panic is useful. (Discuss in Talk:System maintenance -#)

Old Kernel

After quite some time you can get many version of the kernel on your /boot partition and when it runs out of space you can get kernel panic so make sure you remove some of the old versions using the following:

vkpurge list

sudo vkpurge rm x.x.xx_x