Easily remove old/unused PVE kernels on your Proxmox VE system (PVE Kernel Cleaner)

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  1. Jordan_

    Jordan_ New Member

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    Hello everyone,

    This is my public release of a tool I have developed to resolve an ongoing issue with old PVE kernels on Proxmox VE.

    "Easily remove old/unused PVE kernels on your Proxmox VE system"

    What is PVE Kernel Cleaner?
    PVE Kernel Cleaner is a program to compliment Proxmox Virtual Environment which is an open-source server virtualization environment. PVE Kernel Cleaner allows you to purge old/unused kernels filling the /boot directory. As new kernels are released the older ones have to be manually removed frequently to make room for newer ones. This can become quite tedious and require extensive time spent monitoring the system when new kernels are released and when older ones need to be cleared out to make room. With this issue existing, PVE Kernel Cleaner was created to solve it.


    Features
    • Removes old PVE kernels from your system
    • Ability to schedule PVE kernels to automatically be removed on a daily/weekly/monthly basis
    • Run a simple pvekclean command for ease of access
    • Support for the latest Proxmox versions and PVE kernels

    Installing

    To install PVE Kernel Cleaner head on over to the GitHub page at: https://github.com/jordanhillis/pvekclean

    Please let me know what you think and if you run into any issues.
     
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  2. Guillermo Ramirez

    Guillermo Ramirez New Member
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    Excellent job, it worked perfectly.
    You saved me a lot of time and a lot of work

    Thanks.
     
  3. peje

    peje New Member

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    thank you, very handy, had to run multiple times, had 57 old kernels!
     
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