Service appeared to update the Linux-kernel without rebooting the system

Today Ksplice Inc. announced the official launch service Uptrack, providing the possibility of updating Linux-kernel servers without the need to reboot systems.

Service Ksplice Uptrack available for the four Linux-distros: RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux), CentOS, Debian GNU / Linux, Ubuntu, - as well as for systems that are running virtualization technology, Parallels Virtuozzo Containers and OpenVZ. The subscription price for the service for a system starts from 2,95 USD (with the proposed 30-day free version). In addition, users of Ubuntu Linux 9.04 and 9.10 of the proposed full free version Ksplice Uptrack.

Ksplice reports that the service Uptrack already been tested more than 40 companies engaged in web hosting services and IT infrastructure.

9 February 2010

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