> > Yep, I'd like to see it. [The way uml is setup with one uml kernel
> > running in *many* real processes, saving/restoring cpu state is not
> > going to be easy.]
> It won't be horrible. You have to recreate all the processes (and getting
> their address spaces mapped correctly should be easy) and get them all
> ptraced by the tracing thread. UML processes which are CLONE_VM are also
> CLONE_VM on the host, so that will take a little bit of care.
Yep, its doable, but way harder than other ports where you only have to restore
CPU registers. And yes it would be cool.
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