Kernel updates


Hey all

I am seeing something that in all my 15 years in Linux I have not seen and am curious what you all think about it. There have been two updates to the current kernel:

Linux vsido 6.0.0-2-amd64 #1 SMP PREEMPT_DYNAMIC Debian 6.0.6-2 (2022-11-01) x86_64 GNU/Linux

Before the 6.0.6-2 there was a 5.10.1-1 that was from a few days ago. The 'issue' is that unlike kernel updates in the past where you actually got a new kernel and had to reboot to go into it, these are updating the kernel but leaving the 6.0.0-2-amd64 as the only kernel on the system

I know that debian / Linus has been talking about a kernel that could be updated on the fly and that would not need a reboot, and dizzie pointed out that was to known as a special breed kernel. So my question is simple, what do y'all think?
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Tried to look up what I said (so you can use it against me  :P )
All I can find is some Ubuntu crud called livepatch. I just remember that Arch had something back in the days, But I digress. If Ubuntu can do it, I am sure we can adopt that to vsido too  8)
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