Hi Ryan,

Checkpointing is handled in the python configuration scripts. The configuration 
script should check the simulation exit cause and if it is "checkpoint" then it 
write the checkpoint. If you use fs.py this just works seamlessly. If you use 
your own python script than you had to add that support. You can find a simple 
example in the run() function in configs/example/arm/fs_bigLITTLE.py.

- Gabor

´╗┐On 17/05/2018, 06:14, "gem5-dev on behalf of Ryan Wang" 
<gem5-dev-boun...@gem5.org on behalf of ryan.jb.w...@gmail.com> wrote:

    the checkpoint is handled in sim/pseudo_inst.cc, which calls
    DistIface::readyToCkpt(). However, if I don't use DistIface for my
    simulated system, its master is NULL, therefore, this function does nothing
    and return true, which causes the guest just to exit.

    Should this be fixed?

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