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?
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
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.
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