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.
- 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
- Checks health of boot disk based on space available
- Support for the latest Proxmox versions and PVE kernels
Before using this program you will need to have the following packages installed.
To install all required packages enter the following command.
sudo apt-get install cron
To install PVE Kernel Cleaner please enter the following commands
git clone https://github.com/jordanhillis/pvekclean.git cd pvekclean chmod +x pvekclean.sh ./pvekclean.sh
To update PVE Kernel Cleaner please run the same commands as described in the "Installing" section.
Example of usage:
pvekclean [OPTION] -f --force Remove all old PVE kernels without confirm prompts -s --scheduler Have old PVE kernels removed on a scheduled basis -v --version Shows the current version of pvekclean -r --remove Uninstalls pvekclean from the system -h --help Show these options
- Jordan Hillis - Lead Developer
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details
- This program is not an official program by Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH