> Is it possible to do that?
> This idea is quite simple, we just want to migrate ( hope that
> this is the correct wording) a running process on Linux machine A to
> another Linux machine B. Both machines have the exactly same
> environments plus the following assumptions
> (1) This process does not use any semaphore.
> (2) No network communication established.
> (3) No open files.
> Just wonder that has this projec done by any people, if so, please
> show me where I can find this information?
The place where I have run into something similar to this
is in fault tolerant, automatic switchover telecom systems.
In general things get troublesome quickly.
If it is at all possible, try to avoid problems by simplifying.
How much state knowledge/data does the process have?
I don't have any links for you, but a search for "fault tolerance"
AND "telecom" would probably turn up something.
"progress in software has not followed Moore's law."
-John Holland (the inventor of Genetic algorithms)
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