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  1. #1
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    Update wihout Restart

    I wish an option to update the server without any restart.

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    Updating a program without restart... that would be a remarkable feat.

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    But why not? For exampl ubuntu have Linux livepatching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by preterive View Post
    But why not? For example Ubuntu have Linux live patching.
    Patched services are restarted automatically on Ubuntu and sometimes a restart of system is needed since not everything can be stopped and restarted that easily.

    Afaik patching the server without a restart would be magic nowadays.
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    A little offtopic, but ...: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYRlTISvjww

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    xD just a little.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barungar View Post
    Updating a program without restart... that would be a remarkable feat.
    Depends on what you update. Adding functionality is indeed hard, especially for non-interpreted code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas View Post
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    I assume he means to patch/upgrade without Downtime for Users.
    Of course that is possible by implementing some kind of cluster logic which transparently evacuates one instance before restarting.

    Teamspeak doesnt seem to be a Mission Critical Software where its worth to implement something like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavejohnson7 View Post
    I assume he means to patch/upgrade without Downtime for Users.
    Of course that is possible by implementing some kind of cluster logic which transparently evacuates one instance before restarting.

    Teamspeak doesnt seem to be a Mission Critical Software where its worth to implement something like that
    Interesting topic... For now, I think that this would be the most affordable way to make this, as it will work on all operating systems.

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    Updating usually takes under 10 seconds (x64) to around 15 secons (x86). That should be no issue.
    However, database updates take very long and are obviously extremely inefficient. Notice the server using 0% CPU, but still taking 1 minute to update a small database on an SSD-powered server? TeamSpeak should fix that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    Updating usually takes under 10 seconds (x64) to around 15 secons (x86). That should be no issue.
    However, database updates take very long and are obviously extremely inefficient. Notice the server using 0% CPU, but still taking 1 minute to update a small database on an SSD-powered server? TeamSpeak should fix that.
    After 5 years... Your improvement idea wil l be reviewed

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