I've just upgraded my kernel for the first time (from 2.0.31 to 2.0.35)
I am using Redhat 5.0 distribution, and by default, at /boot, I have:
system-map -> system-map-2.0.31
module-info -> module-info-2.0.31
vmlinuz -> vmlinuz-2.0.31
Ok, I have copied the new kernel to /boot, and named it vmlinuz-2.0.35 and
changed the symbolic link for vmlinuz to point to vmlinuz-2.0.35
I also have done 'make modules' and 'make modules_install' and this will place
all modules at /lib/modules/2.0.35/
Now, I have no idea how to do with system-map and module-info at /boot
because after building the kernel, I didn't get the files module-info-2.0.35
and system-map-2.0.35. Do I need to delete the system-map and module-info
symbolic links, or just leave them? Or, should I create files
module-info-2.0.35 and system-map-2.0.35? If yes, HOW?
Also, at /lib/modules, i have 2.0.31 modules. How can I know for sure that kernel will not look for module at old 2.0.31 module?