Kip's checkpointing code is now in the tree.
dillon at apollo.backplane.com
Mon Oct 20 09:53:23 PDT 2003
:> for yuchs, load up the module and start a cat /usr/share/dict/words
:> going, then ^E it. Then ^C it and 'checkpt -r cat.ckpt' to restart
:> the one as of your checkpoint. That is soooo cool.
:Yeah, this works nicely. Great work!
:I have a nit though: kill(1) doesn't seem to know about the checkpoint
:signals (I have to give them by hand by specifying signals 33 or 34). Maybe
:they can be added in?
Kenneth Culver has volunteered to fix kill, and he'll have a go at
the serial console issue after that (but don't let that disuade anyone
else from helping track down the serial console issue, which is far
more serious then kill -l).
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