> Hi Guys,
> I'm wondering if there's any way to save a process to a file in Linux?
>> Is there any application out there that I could supply with a
> PID and it would stop that process from executing, take all
> the info for that running process, memory, register values
> etc, save it all out to a file so that at a later time / date
> I could just resume that process?
A certain number of programs support ctrl z to suspend. Then fg to
resume. Others like pine require a command line switch be supplied in
order to make this functionality available. Is there any particular
process you had in mind or is this a more general question?
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