Checkpointing is the action of saving the state of a running process to a checkpoint image file. Restart is the actions to resume the checkpointed application from saved state.

Checkpointing not only offer the capability to resume running without losing too much valuable CPU time in case of system failure, it also offers the following conveniences, including process migration, process replication, extended sessions, debugging, and fast startup, etc.

-- AdminUser - 08 Jul 2020
Topic revision: r1 - 08 Jul 2020, AdminUser
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