mulyadi.santosa at gmail.com
Sun Apr 17 00:39:06 EDT 2011
On Sun, Apr 17, 2011 at 02:04, Rigved Rakshit <r.phate at gmail.com> wrote:
> 1. Process A has just been scheduled to execute for the first time on
> machine A.
> 2. I send a suspend signal to Process A, mostly a SIGSTOP.
> 3. Then I copy Process A's PCB to machine B.
> 4. On machine B, I send the continue signal to Process A, mostly a SIGCONT.
> 5. Whenever Process A needs user input or needs to output something, I cause
> a trap, mostly with a SIGTRAP (or I could use SIGSTOP here again). I
> transfer this I/O request to machine A and let the user interact. I send the
> interaction back to Process A on machine B. I resume Process A on machine B.
> 6. I continue these steps till Process A has completed execution.
Sounds like just what MOSIX, OpenSSI or Kerrighed already do....
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