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Section - 8.24 How can I tell which kernel was booted?

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In 11.x, this can be done using the kmpath command (must be root):

  # /usr/sbin/kmpath
  /stand/vmunix

Prior to 11.20, the kmpath command was undocumented. The 11.20 manpage
can be viewed online at:

  o <http://docs.hp.com/en/B3921-90010/kmpath.1M.html>

I don't know how to do ascertain the running kernel in 10.x.  If you
know of a way to do it, please let me know, and I'll update this item.

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