# every package, name only.
rpm -qa --queryformat="%{NAME}\n"

# or more info ...
rpm -qa --queryformat="%{NAME} - %{VERSION} - %{ARCH}\n"

Hi Stack,

have you tried

package { "kernel.$architecture":
   ensure => '2.6.32-358.el6',

to make sure it doesnt find the i686 version as well ?

Also note that a reboot is required for a newly installed kernel version to become the running version,

Also note that yum will keep upto 2 older versions of the kernel installed as recovery boot options in the grub kernel, so there is always more than one kernel-version present on the system.

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