I have a question conserning standalone checkpointing using Condor's CSCL. When I want a process to write a checkpoint image to the file my_ckpt_file, I start the process with a command line option -_condor_ckpt=/home1/my_ckpt_file. Next, when I restart the process, I supply it with an option -_condor_restart=/home2/my_ckpt_file. How to tell the restarted process where it has to write checkpointing images now? Is it possible at all to checkpoint the restarted process? If I use both options, the process is killed by the operating system.