Ksplice protects your systems by applying patches without the need to reboot.
To see which patches would be applied to your system, perform the following steps:
- Open a terminal on the machine you want to check.
- Run the following command in your terminal.
echo "`uname -s`//`uname -m`//`uname -r`//`uname -v`"
- Copy the output of that command into this text box and click Find Updates.
You can also find the same information by running the following
from a command line terminal:
(uname -s; uname -m; uname -r; uname -v) | \
curl https://api-ksplice.oracle.com/api/1/update-list/ \
-L -H "Accept: text/text" --data-binary @-
Oracle Linux Premier Support Customers
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You can retrieve your access key by signing in to Unbreakable Linux Network and
start updating your kernel without rebooting today!
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30 Day Trial for Oracle Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux
If you use Oracle Linux or Red Hat Enterprise Linux,
you can try Oracle Ksplice free for 30 days.
During the trial, you will receive all of the protections
of Oracle Ksplice.
Free Community Protection for Ubuntu Desktop and Fedora
Servers aren't the only systems needing protection.
Oracle has made Oracle Ksplice available for free
to members of the Linux community running desktop installations
of Ubuntu and Fedora.
Find out first hand the benefits of being protected by Oracle Ksplice.