Date: Sun 09 Nov 2003 - 22:48:52 GMT
On Sun, Nov 09, 2003 at 11:38:27PM +0100, Jan-Marc Pilawa wrote:
> Zitat von jon_at_kollegiegaarden.dk:
> > On Sun, Nov 09, 2003 at 07:09:59PM +0100, Jan-Marc Pilawa wrote:
> > > I thought about it half a year ago. Well, i tried it out and
> > openmosix
> > > and veserver-patch compiled. The Problem is, that the knowledge of
> > the
> > > context needs to be migrated, too. in a first attempt it would be
> > > sufficient to implement this, but one has to thin about same
> > context-IDs
> > > on different servers in the openmosix-cluster. The whole Idea fits
> > close
> > > to the Ideas of grid technologies.
> > I want to migrate the whole context, not just a process inside it.
> This is not possible because not all applications are able to migrate on
i want ALL to be able to move. Even if i have to mark them all
suspended. Saving them, transfering them to another machine, and
warm them up again.
> an openmosix cluster. But I think, that there are a lot of intersting
> possibilities. Say f.e. you sell computational power to customers who
> don't trust each other and you don't want to buy several clusters.
yeah, they could be a way, but i dont think that kind of customers
want to use openmosix, but rather just a regular beowulf cluster.
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