Antw: Anybody done this
Mon Apr 5 10:14:52 CEST 2004
"Olivier Lefevre" <Olivier.Lefevre@REDACTED> writes:
>> I'd like to say erlang:suspend(File) which would suspend Erlang
>> dumping the state into a file and later say erlang:resume(File) which
>> would re-start the suspended Erlang from *exactly* the state it was in.
> That does not eaxctly answer Joe's question but I can't resist pointing
> out that in the olden days APLers used to do that all the time. I don't know
> whether it was a "maintenance nightmare" but from a user point of view
> it worked very well.
This is still done with e.g. Squeak Smalltalk.
If you had a pair of programs:
based on some fancy peer to peer thingy then it might be really cool
to use with VMware, Squeak, etc.
Though if you really want it I imagine you can easily hook yourself up
using rsync anyway, provided you have a shell somewhere.
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