ksplice-undo (8) - Linux Man Pages
ksplice-undo: Undo a Ksplice update that has been applied to the running kernel
ksplice-undo - Undo a Ksplice update that has been applied to the running kernel
SYNOPSISksplice-undo [OPTIONS] KSPLICE_ID
DESCRIPTIONksplice-undo takes as input a Ksplice identification tag, as reported by ksplice-view(8), and it reverses that update within the running binary kernel.
- Reverses the update with debugging output enabled. Recommended only for debugging.
- Sets the location where debugging output should be saved. Implies --debug.
- Print only raw error information designed to be machine-readable on standard error (standard output is still intended to be human-readable). If ksplice-undo fails due to an error from the Ksplice kernel modules, the first line on standard error will be a Ksplice abort code (see the Ksplice source code for documentation on these codes). Further lines will vary depending on the abort code. If ksplice-undo fails for any other reason, it will output the line "OTHER\n", followed by a human-readable failure message, to standard error.
BUGSPlease report bugs to <devel [at] ksplice.com>.
AUTHORSJeff Arnold, Anders Kaseorg, and Tim Abbott
COPYRIGHTCopyright (C) 2007-2009 Ksplice, Inc.
This is free software and documentation. You can redistribute and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2.