By Zeynep Koch-Oracle on Apr 02, 2013
Everyone knows a good inspector is crucial when buying a home or looking for clues in a "whodunit". And now you also have an "inspector" for your Linux kernel!
Today Oracle released a new tool called the Ksplice Inspector enabling Linux users to analyze kernel updates available for their Linux kernel. With so many kernel updates released, it can be difficult to keep track. At Oracle, we monitor kernels on a daily basis and provide bug and security updates administrators can apply without a system reboot. To help out, the Ksplice team at Oracle has produced the Ksplice Inspector, a web tool to show you the updates Ksplice can apply to your kernel with zero downtime.
Read the Ksplice blog article for more details on this new tool and who can use it.