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Correcting modules not loaded error on Centos 6. x

A common problem after upgrading a kernel via yum on Centos is not creating the new kernel modules.
An example of this error happens when you try to use grep as in the print below.

This indicates that the directory 2.6.32-042stab 123.9 and therefore any module in your content can be loaded.

To correct this problem, the simplest way is this recipe:

This will create the directory and dependencies to modules for the kernel currently in use (uname -r).

If the problem is not resolved with the above commands. Try to reinstall the kernel via yum with the commands below.

And then try the commands listed earlier.

I hope you find it useful both when it was for me.