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7.9. User Space Dependencies on the Kernel

Fedora Core has support for clustered storage through the Global File System (GFS). GFS requires special kernel modules that work in conjunction with some user-space utilities, such as management daemons. To remove such a kernel, perhaps after an update, use the su -c 'yum remove kernel-<version>' command instead. The yum command automatically removes dependent packages, if necessary.