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Re: lilo -R equivalent

From: Andrei Borzenkov
Subject: Re: lilo -R equivalent
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2021 07:57:26 +0300
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On 22.04.2021 20:53, richard lucassen wrote:
> Hello list,
> The good old lilo had the option of a one-shot reboot into a different
> kernel, for instance:
> default: kernel-1
> new: kernel-2
> Running:
> # lilo -R kernel-2
> # init 6
> reboots the machine into "kernel-2". If ever (especially on a remote
> machine) "kernel-2" ends up in a panic or whatever, a simple power
> cycle make the box boot into "kernel-1" again.
> Question: does grub has such a "boot once into a different kernel"
> option as the "lilo -R <kernel>" equivalent?

See grub-reboot command.

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