Thanks for these nice links, it is fine for another project, but in my case a ORB structure should not be used.I have two physical system which are connected by an infiniband network (MPI), so I would like to transfer onlymemoryblocks (a byte stream) between the two MPI processes. In each process a LUA interpreter is runningand a object should be transfered in a fast way. My idea is to get a object from the interpreter with its memoryblock pointer and use memcpy for moving the object data from one process to the other. In the new processI would like to create a new object and point it to the copied memory block.In my case the LUA script stores only the class definition and each interpreter create some objects of the classes.The C side calls on each object a method (like a event call):on each processfor each o in object :o.do_something()The o should move between the two processes. So the ORB do some serialization but I would like to move the memory blockfrom C side.PhilAm 08.07.2013 um 19:06 schrieb Gabriel Duarte:Two options:and:2013/7/8 Philipp Kraus <firstname.lastname@example.org>Hello,
I would like to transfer a LUA object between to interpreters. I have different running machines, on each process / machine runs equal LUA scripts, but I would
like to move one object (data) from one machine to another machine. How I can get all memory blocks of an object?
Or exists another idee?
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