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Current Status

Causes sys_checkpoint() to fail as with any uncheckpointable filesystem object.

Any task with an open FUSE filesystem object (file, dir, etc) will cause sys_checkpoint() to return failure. Using the glibc syscall wrapper it would return -1 and set errno to EINVAL. Some portions of a checkpoint image may exist but it's terminated with an "error" description so that any attempt to use it will cause restart to fail.

Issues, Solutions, Impacts


Issue Solution(s) Current Impact Solution Impact
Issue Unknown None Unknown


* Vishnumurthy Prabhu posted some source code/patches for this
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