On 03/04/20 5:58 pm, Amin Vakil wrote:
As it's true for pretty much all update process for pretty much every OS in the world, things can break if the update is interrupted.
I meant as other linux distros keep multiple kernel versions, if something happens during kernel update you can always boot to another kernel which I've done on CentOS servers before when update has broken during kernel update.
In case of Arch Linux when kernel updates it deletes all initramfs and vmlinuz related to that kernel just before the update.
So when there is update to linux as well as linux-lts and something happens while upgrade is running, none of the kernels will boot.
So best way is to, update each kernel separately. (I normally use pacman -Syu --ignore 'linux-lts*')