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Re: [rhelv5-list] Oracle Buys KSpilce



So, I guess the question comes to mind is that with the current kernel
architecture are "no reboots required" a good thing?  Maybe this is a
patent thing, but I don't see such tech in the mainstream kernel
either, so does it have negatives that aren't worth the risk for a
vendor to support?

After a quick search, I can't seem to find whether Linus Torvalds ever
commented on the "Ksplice technology".

On Thu, Jul 28, 2011 at 1:25 PM, Kirby Zhou <kirbyzhou sogou-inc com> wrote:
> Oracle announced that it has acquired Ksplice.
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> Oracle believes it will be the only enterprise Linux provider that can offer
> zero downtime updates, and expects to make the Ksplice technology a standard
> feature of Oracle Linux Premier Support for the Unbreakable Enterprise
> Kernel.
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> So what can we RHEL users wait for? Does Red-Hat will provide the same
> service to us?
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>   Regards
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>   Kirby Zhou
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