What kernels does KernelCare support?

KernelCare supports:

For a full list of supported kernels, visit patches.kernelcare.com or learn how to check if your OS is supported by KernelCare. Custom kernel patching available.

Distributions
CentOS 6
CentOS 6 Plus
CentOS 7
CentOS 7 Plus
RHEL 6
RHEL 7
CloudLinux OS 6
CloudLinux OS 7
CloudLinux OS 6 Hybrid
Oracle Linux RHEL-compatible 6
Oracle Linux RHEL-compatible 7
Oracle Linux UEK 6 R3
Debian 7
Debian 8
Xen4CentOS 6
Xen4CentOS 7
Proxmox VE 3
Proxmox VE 4
Proxmox VE 5
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
Virtuozzo/OpenVZ 2.6.32
Virtualization
Xen, KVM, PSBM - host, vm
vmware, virtualbox – vm
Microsoft Hyper-V
OpenVZ, VZ, PCS, LXC - host only (single kernel, no need for patches inside containers)


If you still have questions about the supported kernels, feel free to contact us by opening a support ticket or with our live chat feature.

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