After kernel security patch update, have two kernals in grub
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yes. if the new kernel screwed up your system, you'd still have the old one to use to get back in. normally rpm based systems will keep 2 kernels installed on purpose, sometimes more. if you no longer wish to keep the old kernel, you'll be able to remove it yourself with the rpm command, or via yast i assume.