Dynamic and adaptive updates of non-quiescent subsystems in commodity operating system kernels

@inproceedings{Makris2007DynamicAA,
  title={Dynamic and adaptive updates of non-quiescent subsystems in commodity operating system kernels},
  author={Kristis Makris and Kyung Dong Ryu},
  booktitle={EuroSys},
  year={2007}
}
Continuously running systems require kernel software updates applied to them without downtime. Facilitating fast reboots, or delaying an update may not be a suitable solution in many environments, especially in pay-per-use high-performance computing clusters and mission critical systems. Such systems will not reap the benefits of new kernel features, and will continue to operate with kernel security holes unpatched, at least until the next scheduled maintenance downtime. To address these… CONTINUE READING
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