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== Project Info ==
 
== Project Info ==
  
* Issue and bug tracking: https://www.linux-cr.org/redmine
 
 
* Kernel code: ([http://www.linux-cr.org/git/?p=linux-cr.git;a=summary browse the code]) git://www.linux-cr.org/pub/git/linux-cr.git
 
* Kernel code: ([http://www.linux-cr.org/git/?p=linux-cr.git;a=summary browse the code]) git://www.linux-cr.org/pub/git/linux-cr.git
 
* User-space code ([http://www.linux-cr.org/git/?p=user-cr.git;a=summary browse the code]) git://www.linux-cr.org/pub/git/user-cr.git
 
* User-space code ([http://www.linux-cr.org/git/?p=user-cr.git;a=summary browse the code]) git://www.linux-cr.org/pub/git/user-cr.git
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== In the NEWS ==
 
== In the NEWS ==
  
* [http://lwn.net/Articles/375855/ LWN article] from February 24, 2010
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* '''Nov 2, 2010:''' Linux-CR push towards mainline ([http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~orenl/talks/ksummit-2010.pdf presentation slides]) at 2010 Linux Kernel Summit: see [http://lwn.net/Articles/412749/ LWN report]
* [http://lwn.net/Articles/320508/ LWN article] from February 25, 2009
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* '''Jul 14, 2010:''' A full [[media:Linux-cr-ols2010.pdf | technical paper]] on Linux-CR ([http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~orenl/talks/ols2010-linuxcr.pdf presentation slides]) published in the [http://www.linuxsymposium.org/2010/view_abstract.php?content_key=47 Linux Symposium 2010]
* [http://lwn.net/Articles/293575/ LWN article] from August 11, 2008
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* '''Feb 24, 2010:''' ... One year later LWN re-examines the state of affairs again ([http://lwn.net/Articles/375855/ LWN article])
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* '''Feb 25, 2009:''' Attempt to head to mainline gets Linux-CR into LWN again ([http://lwn.net/Articles/320508/ LWN article])
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* '''Aug 11, 2008:''' Linux-CR gets first exposure in LWN ([http://lwn.net/Articles/293575/ LWN article])
  
 
== FAQ ==
 
== FAQ ==
  
 
See [[faq|FAQ]]
 
See [[faq|FAQ]]

Latest revision as of 20:11, 18 July 2013

Linux Checkpoint/Restart

Application checkpoint/restart (c/r) is the ability to save the state of a running application so that it can later resume its execution from the time at which it was checkpointed, on the same or a different machine.

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