Re: Upgrading the Kernel

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On 6/23/06, James Kosin <[email protected]> wrote:
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Matthew Benjamin wrote:
> If you upgrade the Kernel, do you have to reboot the server. Can you
> upgrade it through yum?
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> mB.
Yes, you have to reboot to get the functionality of the new kernel.
Until someone builds a hot-swappable kernel, we will always face that
issue.

Yes, you can update it through yum.  The trick is, you don't want to
replace your currently running kernel, you want to install a new kernel.

- -James
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