Am Freitag, 27. April 2007 12:12 schrieb Pekka J Enberg:
> The problem with writing in the kernel is obvious: we need to add new code
> to the kernel for compression, encryption, and userspace interaction
> (graphical progress bar) that are important for user experience.
On 4/27/07, Oliver Neukum <[email protected]> wrote:
The kernel can already do compression and encryption.
Yes, if we all could agree on _which_ compression and encryption
algorithm(s) we want to use. It goes beyond that too, where do you
want to save the image? In the swap device or a regular file? And
don't forget about debuggability either. It's faster to do a
snapshot/resume without shutdown/restart in the middle or just do a
snapshot, and examine its contents.
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