How to order and set up KernelCare
The KernelCare software is designed for updating *nix-systems’ kernel without reboot. After installation, KernelCare will download and install kernel updates every 4 hours. Supported OS: CentOS, Redhat, CloudLinux, Debian, Ubuntu.
How to order a service
To order a KernelCare service go to https://my.ispsystem.com => Product/Services => Other software and click “Order”.
Find KernelCare in the list and click “Order”.
Choose an autopayment mode, then enter a license name and IP-adderss of the server, KernelCare will be set up. Then press “Add to cart”.
Check your Cart and press “Pay”.
Then press “Pay”.
After successful payment you will be redirected to the “Orders” menu, and at KernelCare’s string where you can see that your KernelCare service is ready to use.
Let’s install KernelCare on the server. Connect to your server via SSH, using root account. If you are using CentOS, Redhat or CloudLinux OS, enter the following command:
If you are using Debian or Ubuntu OS, enter the commands:
wget https://downloads.kernelcare.com/kernelcare-latest.deb dpkg -i kernelcare-latest.deb
Now the KernelCare software is installed. To check the installation results, execute the command:
If the program is sucessfully installed, you’ll see the message like the following:
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