Official KernelCare Documentation

KernelCare is a product of the CloudLinux OS, offering the possibility to automatically update your kernels without having to reboot your entire server. Its focus on security and constant upkeep of most Linux servers make both CloudLinux and KernelCare an important tool for any online business.

If you have questions about certain KernelCare features not discussed in our knowledgebase or simply want to see the technical details, visit their official documentation page here or go to

http://docs.kernelcare.com/ 


The company goes into detail about their services - from a useful installation guide to a step-by-step preview of how KernelCare works. They also have a forum page for all KernelCare users to discuss and help the less-experienced. Feel free to visit the forum page at https://www.cloudlinux.com/forum/kernelcare


For more information about KernelCare, make sure to visit our KernelCare page or contact our support team by opening a support ticket or with our live chat feature.

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