Taken from the massive multi-thread "Error trying to compile COLA"

> And I've also mentioned Popek's LOCUS system as a nice model for migrating 
> processes over a network. It was Unix only, but there was nothing about his 
> design that required this.

When thinking about storing and accessing documents, it's fairly 
straightforward to think of some sort of migration / synchronization scheme.

In thinking of objects more on par with VMs / computers / services, has there 
been any work on process migration that's of any importance since LOCUS? Did 
Croquet push the boundaries of distributing computations?

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