CryoPID allows you to capture the state of a running process in Linux and save it to a file. This file can then be used to resume the process later on, either after a reboot or even on another machine. Status CryoPID was spawned out of a discussion on the Software suspend mailing list about the complexities of suspending and resuming individual processes. CryoPID consists of a program called freeze that captures the state of a running process and writes it into a file. The file is self-executing and self-extracting, so to resume a process, you simply run that file. See the table below for more details on what is supported. Features Current features are: * Can run as an ordinary user! (no root privileges needed) * Works on both 2.4 and 2.6. * Works on x86 and AMD64. * Can start & stop a process multiple times * Can migrate processes between machines and between kernel versions (tested between 2.4 to 2.6 and 2.6 to 2.4).