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Source: The Var Guy - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Latest News One of the nice things about Linux is that it never asks to reboot after installing security other updates—unless, that is, you update the kernel, which traditionally does require a reboot. But CloudLinux hopes to change that for more enterprises through a new product called KernelCare, designed to keep a virtual or physical open source Linux OS updated without rebooting. CloudLinux's main product is CloudLinux OS, which is, er, a Linux OS designed for cloud servers. KernelCare is a new offering from CloudLinux that will complement the company's hosting platform by making it possible to apply updates to the Linux kernel without rebooting the entire server. KernelCare runs as a single kernel module and works whether the OS in question exists on bare metal or inside a virtual environment.

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