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Hibernating long-lived processes. #5

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vanrein opened this Issue Jan 28, 2018 · 0 comments

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vanrein commented Jan 28, 2018

Perpetuum is useful for (and intended for) key management process control. It may even live through the life of a process and wakeup near its end for short-lived secrets. To make this work, it can help to hibernate processes during the days that they are inactive, ideally after minimising memory footprint.

@vanrein vanrein created this issue from a note in Erlang target code (Deferred beyond 1.0) Jan 28, 2018

@vanrein vanrein added the efficiency label Jan 28, 2018

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