> > > Would it not be a lot easier to tackle that with qemu, and teach qemu to
> > > freeze/restore virtual machines ?
> > AFAIK, qemu does virtual processes, but not virtual machines. Running init(1)
> > from qemu could be fun, anyways ;)
> qemu moves on release by release. It can run an entire virtualised linux kernel
> nowdays, although its performance still needs some work.
I guess qemu is way too slow for this.
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