For Oracle Linux users with Premier Support, getting all of the latest updates to the kernel and critical user-space components is as simple as running:
ksplice all upgrade -y
For more information on the Ksplice Enhanced Client, the legacy Ksplice Uptrack client, and other software tools for interacting with Ksplice, follow one of the following links.
Exclusively for Oracle Linux users with Premier Support, the Ksplice Enhanced Client supports patching both the kernel and user-space. (This link takes you to Oracle's documentation site)
Ksplice Uptrack is the legacy client software used for managing Ksplice kernel updates. Here is documentation for the Uptrack commands and its configuration.
Overview of the Uptrack system status web interface.
Documentation for the Uptrack Web API and the Python bindings for it.
Documentation for installing and using the Uptrack Nagios plugin.
Information about using setting up your own server for Ksplice updates.
Instructions for installing Ksplice Uptrack.
Instructions for uninstalling Ksplice Uptrack.