Patching a Linux kernel without reboot
Ksplice allows system administrators to apply security patches to the Linux kernel without having to reboot. Ksplice takes as input a source code change in unified diff format and the kernel source code to be patched, and it applies the patch to the corresponding running kernel. The running kernel does not need to have been prepared in advance in any way.
|_service||0000000344344 Bytes||1341869748over 6 years ago|
|ksplice.changes||00000016831.64 KB||1342005107over 6 years ago|
|ksplice.spec||00000023112.26 KB||1342005108over 6 years ago|