Oracle has absorbed the company Ksplice, emerging technology upgrade Linux-kernel without rebooting

Oracle Corp. announced a deal to buy the company Ksplice, evolving technology upgrade Linux-kernel without rebooting and temporary work stoppages. The amount of the transaction were not disclosed. When the letter of Oracle, the development Ksplice product will be integrated into Oracle Linux, which will improve the distribution in terms of increased safety, reliability and fault tolerance. Thus Oracle Linux will become the first industrial distribution of the box supports a kernel upgrade technology without stopping system operation.

23 July 2011

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• 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 erschien zur Aktualisierung der Linux-Kernel ohne Neustart des Systems »»»
Heute ksplice Inc. gab heute den offiziellen Start Service Uptrack.
• Service semblait mettre à jour le noyau Linux sans avoir à redémarrer le système »»»
Aujourd’hui ksplice Inc a annoncé le lancement officiel du service Uptrack, offrant la possibilité de mettre à jour les serveurs Linux kernel, sans avoir besoin de redémarrer les systèmes.
• Oracle has dismissed the leader of the team GNOME Accessibility »»»
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• Tokyo Stock Exchange has moved to Linux »»»
Red Hat Enterprise Linux was chosen as the leading exchange