Posted on by David Singer
Category: Tutorials | Tags: CloudLinux, CloudLinux OS, Environment, Hosting, Hosts, Isolation, Kernel, Kernel Module, Kernel Versions, KernelCare, Kernels, lightweight, Linux, Linux Distribution, Linux Server, LVE, OpenVZ, OS, Resource, Resource Usage, Security, Server, Shared Hosting, Stability, Uptime, virtual, web hosts
Reading Time: 4 minutes
The KernelCare Linux kernel patching service is a system offered by CloudLinux. This product provides ongoing security patches for many Linux kernel versions. Updates are installed live without requiring a system reboot, which is a tremendous incentive when running an active server. Because CloudLinux offers a free symlink (symbolic link) protection patch for servers running CentOS 6 and 7, Liquid Web is replacing existing versions of KernelCare with this free version.
How To Install The Latest Kernel Version
Posted on by Dean Conally
Reading Time: 8 minutes
In this tutorial, we will learn how to install the latest kernel version on multiple Linux distributions.
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