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Check that /etc/grub2.cfg is a link to /boot/grub2/grub.cfg . The file in /boot is the actual one used by grub2, and the link in /etc is only used by grubby to find it during kernel updates.

On my system, /etc/grub2.cfg somehow became a regular file (not a link), and during updates, it would get updated, while leaving /boot/grub2/grub.cfg unchanged. This might be a side effect of the Fedora 16 upgrade process, but it could also be that I clobbered the file somehow.