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Re: KSplice in Fedora?



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Am 30.06.2009 19:04, schrieb Bill McGonigle:
> ksplice updates are only available for:
>
> 1. kernels that have been the lastest kernel in the past two weeks
> 2. kernel updates that are remotely exploitable
> 3. kernel updates that rate 'high' on CVSS
>
> I'd have to do more research to be sure, but just guessing this feels
> like 0-4 candidates per Fedora release cycle.
Please keep in mind, that you can't handle a kernel update, if globlal
structure was changed. Because Fedora has several kernel update in the
lifetime, you have to create a ksplice kernelpatch for each kernel release
which is available on Fedora.

Best Regards:

Jochen Schmitt
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