How do I check KernelCare version?

KernelCare is a live-patching software best to boot the security level and boost the productivity of the servers. Also, server administration cost does not remain an issue as it significantly reduces it. On top of all, you can update the running kernel without reboots. So purchase the KernelCare license and activate it for your servers. To check KernelCare version - which KernelCare version is installed on your Linux kernel, simply using the following command.

kcarectl --info


/usr/bin/kcarectl --info

However, to check whether you have KernelCare or not:

# which kcarectl


If you didn’t get any results, it indicates that the KernelCare might not be active. Or it isn’t installed on the server.

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