Live kernel patching is a process in which the kernel is updated in memory while it is still running. This allows system administrators to perform security updates without rebooting the computer. It is a process intended to allow systems to be secured without changing their maintenance cycle. Red Hat is adjusting its live patching process and making it possible to patch Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems through the web portal. "With the increased availability of live kernel patches, we have also included functionality to make this process even easier! While today, Live Kernel Patches are easily installed via the command line, in the latest release there is support for this same operation through the web console! This new capability brings greater visibility and accessibility to live kernel patching by placing this information right into the same tool you use to administrate your RHEL systems today, the Web Console."
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