Covering Linux kernel internet (i.e. without restarting)
Sorry - I do not bear in mind the specific name. I recognize there is device to patch the kernel at runtime by filling components without demand of the reboot as long as the frameworks entailed are not influenced. It is made use of by web servers for security spots and also lately by Ubuntu & Fedora.
- What is the name of device
- Exists any kind of how-to for hand-compiled bits
- Is it feasible to instantly examine if the adjustment x.y.z.a -> x.y.z.a +1 transformed any kind of framework or otherwise
I assume you are seeking Ksplice. I have not actually adhered to the modern technology so I'm not exactly sure just how openly readily available the how-to details is yet they absolutely have openly readily available assistance for some Fedora and also Ubuntu variations.