Not strictly an openmosix question, but I'm in need of a kernel-level =20
checkpointing solution, and I've only found chpox fits the bill (SMP- =20
and openMosix-safe), yet I cannot insert the module.
I'm using patch-2.4.26-om-20040415 and Trond Myklebust's NFS patches, =20
and 'insmod chpox_mod' produces:
/lib/modules/2.4.26-om/misc/chpox_mod.o: unresolved symbol =20
Any clue as to what might be causing the problem? How would I go about =20
debugging this issue?
I couldn't find any chpox mailing list, so I figured I'd try asking a =20
community of people instead of going directly to the developers of =20
It seems that chpox isn't in active development anymore, and it doesn't =20
strike me as a program with a whole lot of users... so maybe there is a =20
better alternative out there I should look into?
I've taken a look at checkpointing.org, but that page doesn't look =20
updated either, and as far as I can tell most of the checkpointers are =20
either stale, usermode or do not provide the 'right' functionality.
Anyone know if there is any work done to get some sort of checkpointing =20
into the mainline kernel? There is swsusp, so why not checkpointing? =20
(obvious answer here would be that noone's interested enough to work on =20
it, I guess)
Any answers or pointers are appreciated,