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KroahHartman G. — Linux Kernel in a Nutshell
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Название: Linux Kernel in a Nutshell

Автор: KroahHartman G.

Аннотация:

An operating system's kernel handles all interactions between the CPU and the external world, and determines which programs will share processor time, in what order. This in-depth reference documents Version 2.6 of the Linux kernel, which has seen significant changes to nearly every kernel subsystem, particularly in the areas of memory management and block devices.

"Linux Kernel in a Nutshell" explains the conditions that bring out Linux's best performance, and how the OS meets the challenge of providing good system response during process scheduling, file access, and memory management in a wide variety of environments. The 2.6 kernel has brought Linux into the heart of corporate IT environments. This reference shows system administrators and developers how to tweak and configure the kernel for optimal performance.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 2006

Количество страниц: 182

Добавлена в каталог: 20.11.2007

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Предметный указатель
"flash" device (USB)
# (pound sign), root shell prompt      
$ (dollar sign), Bourne or bash shell user prompt      
-rc versions, kernel      
.config file      
/boot directory      
/config.gz filename      
/dev directory, device naming system (udev)      
/etc directory, /lilo.conf file      
/grub subdirectory      
/proc filesystem      
32-bit Intel processors, memory models      
387 math emulation library      
802.11      
Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP)      
accept_irq_balance      
acip_os_name      
ACPI      
ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface)      
ACPI options      
acpi_dbg_layer      
acpi_fake_ecdt      
acpi_generic_hotkey      
acpi_irq_isa      
acpi_irq_nobalance      
acpi_irq_pci      
acpi_osi      
acpi_pm_good      
acpi_sci      
acpi_serialize      
acpi_skip_timer_override      
acpi_sleep      
address space of 32-bit processor      
Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA)      
advanced options      
Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller (APIC)      
AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port)      
ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture)      
analysis targets      
analysis targets, make utility      
apic option      
applying      
applying the patch      
architecture-specific targets      
Architectures      
ATA (AT Attachment)      
ATAPI (ATA Packet Interface)      
audio/video capture and overlay devices      
AUTOFS_FS option      
automatic creation of initial ramdisk image      
automating the process      
automounter tools      
backing up before upgrading kernel      
base kernel patches      
Basename program      2nd
battery life, conserving      
binutils      
BIOS options      
blinkenlights parameter      
BLK_DEV_DM option      
BLK_DEV_IDE option      
BLK_DEV_IDECD option      
BLK_DEV_IDEDISK option      
BLK_DEV_IDEFLOPPY option      
BLK_DEV_MD kernel option      
BLK_DEV_MD option      
BLK_DEV_SD option      
BLK_DEV_SR option      
block devices      
Bluetooth      2nd
Bluetooth technology      
books about Linux and the kernel      
boot command-line options      
boot command-line parameters      
boot process      
bootloader program      
build targets      
build targets, make utility      
building faster on multiprocessor machines      
building kernel faster      
building only a portion      
building only a portion of kernel      
building the kernel      
built as a module kernel configuration options      
built into the kernel configuration options      
burning      
burning a CD-ROM      
by hand      
bzip2 command      
C compiler, gcc      
C-state, processor      
cachesize      
cachesize option      
capability model (security)      
CardBus device support      
CD writers, SCSI      
CD-ROM      
CD-ROM drives      
CD-ROMs      
checking for presence of      
checkreqprot      
checkreqprot option      
choosing      
CHR_DEV_SCH option      
CHR_DEV_SG option      
CHR_DEV_ST option      
CIFS (Common Internet File System)      2nd
class device      
cleaning targets      
cleaning targets, make utility      
clocksource      
clocksource option      
closely tied to kernel version      
cluster filesystem (OCFS2)      2nd
combined to resemble one logical device      
combined_mode      
combining multiple to resemble a logical disk with RAID      
combining portions of, using LVM and DM      
command line      
command-line reference      
command-line reference, kernel build      
Common Internet File System (CIFS)      2nd
Compiler      
compiler (gcc)      
config.gz file      
configuration options      
configuration options, make utility      
configuration, kernel      2nd
configuring disk support by kernel      
configuring from scratch      
configuring kernel support      
configuring support by Linux kernel      
CONFIG_ rule that builds a module, finding      2nd
conserving power and battery life      
console option      
console options      
console-based kernel configuration (menuconfig)      
console-based menuconfig tool      
consoles      
core system, reporting      
CPU      2nd
CPU options      
crashkernel      
crashkernel option      
cross-compiled manner, building kernel in      
curl utility, downloading kernel source      
current, for different kernel trees      
customizing a kernel      
databases, filesystem for      
debug filesystem      
DEBUG option      
debugfs      2nd
Debugging      
debugging, kernel      
DEBUG_FS option      
DEBUG_KERNEL option      
default kernel configuration      
default options      
determining correct kernel module from scratch      
determining correct module from scratch      
determining correct patch      
determining correct patch for a release      
determining correct patch for specific release      
determining driver for USB-to-serial converter      
determining if machine has USB controller      
determining if you have an IDE disk controller      
determining latest      
determining network driver (example)      
determining USB device driver (example)      
development branch (Linux kernel)      
device discovery, use in      
device drivers      
Device Drivers menu      
Device IDs      
Device Mapper (DM)      2nd
device naming system in the /dev directory      
devices      
dhash_entries      
dhash_entries option      2nd
diff program      
different architectures      
different, building kernel for      
Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB)      
Direct Rendering Infrastructure (DRI)      
Direct Rendering Manager (DRM)      
disable_8254_timer      
disable_8254_timer option      
disable_timer_pin_1      
disable_timer_pin_1 option      
discovery of devices, summary of process      
disk controller support      
disks      
Distributions      
DM (Device Mapper)      2nd
DMAs not used by PnP BIOS      
dmesg command      
documentation targets      
documentation targets, make utility      
downloading kernel      
downloading kernel source      
downloading new source code      
downloading patch for kernel upgrade      
DRI (Direct Rendering Infrastructure)      
drivers/usb/serial directory, building files in      
DRM (Direct Rendering Manager)      
Dual Core CPU      
DVB (Digital Video Broadcasting)      
e2fsprogs package      
earlyprintk option      
ECDT (Embedded Controller Description Table)      
ec_intr      
EDAC option      
EHCI (Enhanced Host Controller Interface)      
EIDE (Enhanced IDE)      
elevator option      
elfcorehdr      
elfcorehdr option      
Embedded Controller Description Table (ECDT)      
embedded controller interrupt mode      
enable_8254_timer      
enable_8254_timer option      
enable_timer_pin_1      
enable_timer_pin_1 option      
Enabling      
enabling for individual USB devices      
enabling for specific FireWire devices      
enforcing      
enforcing option      
Enhanced Host Controller Interface (EHCI)      
Enhanced IDE (EIDE)      
environment variables passed to make      
error information, console options      
Errors      
eth0, eth1, and eth2 directories      
Ethernet devices      
ExpressCard      
ext2/ext3/ext4 filesystems      
EXT2_FS option      
EXT3_FS option      
FB (frame buffer) option      
file compression      
filesystem-specific      
filesystems      
filtering and manipulating network packets      
find command      2nd
finding all drivers for sda block device, helper script      
finding all drivers for, helper script      
finding driver for USB wireless device      
finding drivers for USB-to-serial device (helper script)      
finding for a kernel release      
finding kernel configuration      
finding modules needed for your hardware      
finding modules needed to drive hardware      
finding problem code      
finding the patch      
firewalling      2nd
FireWire      
floating-point registers      
FM radio cards      
following to module names, script for      
for eth0 device      
frame buffer (FB) option      
frequency scaling      2nd
frequency scaling, CPU      
FUSE_FS option      
GCC compiler      
gconfig and xconfig methods      
gconfig method      
general configuration options      
generating using config.gz file      
Generic Driver Options menu      
Gentoo Linux, LILO configuration file      
getting kernel      
git      
git (control tool)      
git tool      
graphical methods      
graphical methods, kernel configuration      
graphics, AGP support      
grep command      
GRUB      
GTK+-based graphical configuration method (gconfig)      
hardware monitoring (HWMON option)      
hardware options      
hardware RAID      2nd
hardware-specific options      
hash buckets for kernel inode cache      
hashdist option      
HCD (Host Controller Driver)      
helper script      
highmem      
highmem option      
Host Controller Driver (HCD)      
hotkey driver      
hpet      
hpet option      
hugepages      
hugepages option      
HWMON option      
HyperThreaded or Dual Core CPU      
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