Oracle Buys Ksplice for Rapid Linux Updates
Jul 22, 2011, 12:00 (1 Talkback[s])
"Today Oracle announced what I consider to be a significant
addition to that business with the acquisition of Ksplice.
"Ksplice is this really neat tech that lets Linux admins 'hot
patch' that is patch an in-use system without the need for a
reboot. For a mission critical system, that's a big deal.
"It means that Oracle now potentially has a feature that other
distros do not."
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