Forking a New Process with the Predetermined PID Value During Process Migration

In dynamic process migration, a process which is under execution is migrated from its originating machine to a new machine in order to uphold load-balancing in large distributed systems by allowing applications to access a large number of computing resources spread across the network and may provide significant improvements in overall system behavior. After migration of a process to the destination workstation, the resuming process must be allocated the same ‘Process-id value’: the value which the process originally possessed on the source workstation before migration.

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International Journal of Computer Applications