> -- Now The kernel can read the swap data into memory. possible
> somethinks is lost , the kernel can not switch the register to old.
At the point at which you're trying to restore the old registers, you need
to have recreated the host processes and their state. So, if you're going
to get any further, you need to start saving that state.
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