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This section covers various development tools and features.
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= Checkpoint and Restore Applications with CRUI =
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The CRIU (Checkpoint/Restore in User-space) projects offers a user-space implementation of process and process group checkpoint/restore. With the user-space tools crtools included in this release it is possible checkpoint processes and restore them at a later time again (e.g. after a crash) or migrate the checkpointed process or process group to another system. CRIU aims to be as transparent as possible so that no instrumentation or re-compilation of the process to be checkpointed is necessary.
  
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Using the `crtools` package, users can easily checkpoint and restore processes with the crtools package:
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`crtools dump -D <dump-directory> -t <PID>`
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`crtools restore -D <dump-directory -t <PID>`
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To learn more about CRUI, visit http://criu.org and read `man 1 crtools`
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Revision as of 05:54, 8 May 2013

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Work on beats has now moved to git at https://git.fedorahosted.org/cgit/docs/release-notes.git/. If you have changes or additions, please contact the docs team via #fedora-docs, docs@lists.fp.o, or with the fedora-release-notes BZ component.

Checkpoint and Restore Applications with CRUI

The CRIU (Checkpoint/Restore in User-space) projects offers a user-space implementation of process and process group checkpoint/restore. With the user-space tools crtools included in this release it is possible checkpoint processes and restore them at a later time again (e.g. after a crash) or migrate the checkpointed process or process group to another system. CRIU aims to be as transparent as possible so that no instrumentation or re-compilation of the process to be checkpointed is necessary.

Using the `crtools` package, users can easily checkpoint and restore processes with the crtools package:

`crtools dump -D <dump-directory> -t <PID>`

`crtools restore -D <dump-directory -t <PID>`

To learn more about CRUI, visit http://criu.org and read `man 1 crtools`