Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 15th Jul 2009 16:09 UTC
Linux One of the problem with operating system updates is that you often need to reboot the system. While this is nothing but a minor nuisance for us desktop users, it's a bigger problem when it comes to servers. Ksplice is a technology that allows Linux kernel patches to be applied without actually restarting the kernel.
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WE'LL GET THERE
by po134 on Wed 15th Jul 2009 18:15 UTC
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2009-05-15

It's a very good news in the server world or with user who hate reboot like me ;)

let's hope we'll get there on windows too, eventually. (vista had gone a long way, but some things are still lacking) Now the only reason I reboot my vista box is on patch day or when I plug my projector/2nd screen again (nvidia drivers don't recognize what's connected to the 2nd dvi slot without rebooting)

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