>   include DRbUndumped
this seems to let the class reside wherever it has been generated.
is it possible to generate a class on a drb client, copy it to the 
server and then let it stay there (ie. further interaction with the 
class should be made with the the class on the server and not with local 
copies).

what i want to do is the following:
i have a class that has a run and a status function. when the run 
function is invoked the class computes something for ~5minutes.
the calculation should happen on the drb server.
multiple drb clients should generate classes on the server(or locally 
and copy them to the server), so that the server does the computation. 
after the jobs have been started (remote_job_array[x].start) the clients 
terminate. other clients that should check the status of the computation 
via a status function (remote_job_array[x].status) of the class on the 
server.
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