We designed JetPatch to install Linux advisories individually in order for us to securely rollback patches when necessary. By installing individually, JetPatch saves the transaction ID and in case of a rollback, we can utilize this transaction ID, in order to securely rollback the patch.
Articles in this section
- What does it mean "Beta Support" for Ubuntu?
- How do I change the endpoints scan time?
- How do I change the endpoints scan time using a task?
- How do I configure log rotation for Zypper and Yum?
- Does JetPatch install Linux advisories individually or in bulk?
- How do I add the wget command on a Solaris machine if it's not installed?
- How do I bypass RHEL subscription check? (required if you are using a local repo)
- What is the Linux automatic download property?
- How do I prepare SUSE and Solaris endpoints for patching?
- Do we need an on-prem mirror for updates and would patch versioning be supported?