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Published on Nov 6, 2015
Checkpoint/Restore is a technology that makes it possible to take snapshots of running Linux processes and restore them at any other place and time. This opens up exciting possibilities including live migration, keeping HPC tasks safe from hardware problems, cloud services and dynamic load balancing.
Despite being a very tempting feature to have, Linux has lacked support for checkpoint/restore for quite a long time. This is all changing with CRIU - the "Checkpoint/Restore In Userspace" project.
Kir will talk about CRIU's history and its relationship with the Linux Kernel. He'll discuss previously challenging or impossible usage scenarios for containers that CRIU now enables, and explores the "next frontiers" for the project. Link to the slides: http://www.slideshare.net/kolyshkin/c...