What is LinuxPMI?
- LinuxPMI is a set of Linux kernel patches implementing process "migration" over a network. Its goal is to allow you to move a program from your machine to another machine, run it there for a while, and return it without it ever knowing it was gone.
- LinuxPMI is derived from the failed, now dead OpenMosix 2.6 branch.
What are we up to?
- The major work here is on the patch commentaries, as we document the current 2.6.17 & 18.104.22.168 patch sets.
- We're using git as a Version Control System, so for directions on downloading sources and getting ready to build, read the Git LinuxPMI HOWTO.
- Once you have a copy of the tree, you'll probably want to Build LinuxPMI.
- You can also run LinuxPMI using the "preinstalled" KVMImages
- We've documented a LinuxPMI Kernel Testing Procedure.
- Users interested in testing LinuxPMI should read the Users Guide.
- Our TODO list -- A good place for incoming developers to start at!
- Status -- The last tested status of various versions.
- Frequently Asked Questions go here.
- Join us on irc on freenode at irc.freenode.net #LinuxPMI!
We've been progressively breaking up the 2.6.17 patches as we commentary them, and working on the 22.214.171.124 branch forward ported by g_remlin, as its commentaried. Guidelines on patch quality levels have been developed for use in this effort.
Links useful as reference while reading through OpenMosix source.
- Experiments with the Linux Kernel: Process Segments
- IBM Whitepaper Linux Performance and Tuning Guidelines -- IBM has some useful online whitepapers. This is one of my favorites.
- Interview with Moshe Bar -- Not a bad interview. Ignore the ranting in the comments.
- The Open Mosix Stress Test -- Stress test code. Good reading.
- Old Patches -- Historical patches released under the GPL, with all kinds of strange features. Collected from when openmosix was a bustling area for research.
- Linux Weekly News - Index -- An index of every linux weekly news kernel page article for the past ~5 years. Ordered by subject.
- Try Asciidoc -- A page that shows you how asciidoc looks when converted to HTML. Good place to test asciidoc documentation before committing to the tree.
- UnsortedInfo -- An unsorted technical dump for information google does not know yet. Not linuxPMI related.
- GiftStuff -- Information about GNU GIFT.
- FaiKvm -- Configuration directions for freshly installed machines on http://faikvm.com/
- FreeGeek -- FreeGeek Arkansas Specific Information. Bylaws, and such.
- Software Notes -- Configuration directions for non-LinuxPMI Softwares.
- TitleIndex -- Complete list of local wiki pages
- TracGuide -- Built-in Documentation
- The Trac project -- Trac Open Source Project
- Trac FAQ -- Frequently Asked Questions
- TracSupport -- Trac Support
Please note that all contents in this wiki are licensed under the GNU FDL version 1.3, with no non-modifiable sections.