How to Force the Update of KernelCare

In order to force the update of KernelCare you just have to use the command

kcarectl --update as root


An example of what it should look like:

# kcarectl --update
Kernel is safe


If you still have questions about KernelCare updates, please contact us by opening a support ticket or by using our live chat feature.

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