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process migration

Discussion in 'C' started by vinayak Bhat, Mar 21, 2007.

  1. vinayak Bhat

    vinayak Bhat New Member

    please give me the idea about how to implement the process migration in c language,for me this is for demonstration purpose so i am not concetrating on transparacy or other things which are the features of good process migration system
     
  2. DaWei

    DaWei New Member

    I would begin by with a structure that defines the state of the process and the resources it is using, much like the OS does. A process migrating to another machine, as opposed to another processor on the same machine, will be more difficult to implement. Is this the sort of thing you're asking?
     
  3. vinayak Bhat

    vinayak Bhat New Member

    so what can be done to solve the problem of this process migration ,i mean can anything be done to transfer one process from one system to another in a network
     
  4. DaWei

    DaWei New Member

    Sure. That's why there's a subject called 'process migration'. As I mentioned, it isn't a trivial thing to do. It requires that you research it, or hire it done.
     
  5. vinayak Bhat

    vinayak Bhat New Member

    sir,if we consider a c program which is working on some machine in a network if it is to be migrated then we thought is we will keep it executing that is using infinite loop then if that programs contents are transferred then can it be restarted on another machine?
     
  6. DaWei

    DaWei New Member

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