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I removed kernel modules installed with rpm using yum remove kmodname. The *.ko was located under /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/extra/.

I run depmod -a and I get depmod: ERROR: fstatat(4, kmodname.ko.xz): No such file or directory

How can I force depmod to update its database?

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    Same thing can happen in some situations after dkms uninstall, FYI for anyone coming across this.
    – cyqsimon
    Commented Nov 12, 2021 at 13:52

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Most likely you have symlinks, probably under one of your kernels' weak-modules, pointing at modules that have been deleted.

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