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  1. #11

    first extract tar file then
    #rpm -ivh kernel file.rpm from current path kernel rpm file.
    #shutdown -r now to reboot the server for updated kernel.

  2. #12
    1.extract your tar file
    2. # rpm -ivh kernelfile.rpm to install kernel file
    3. reboot your system.
    that all for your kernel update.

  3. #13

    Procedure to update Kernel in RHEL5

    You can use the following steps to upgrade the Kernel on a RHEL server.

    • Check the current kernel version using 'uname -r'
    • Get the desired kernel rpm for RHEL5.
    • Update the kernel using command 'rpm -Uvh <Kernel RPM>'
    • Reboot the system
    • Ensure that Linux is booted with upgraded kernel by re-executing the command 'uname -r'

    To get more information on upgrading the kernel along with examples, please visit:

    TheGeekScope - "How to upgrade kernel in Red Hat Linux"

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