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Vahalia U. — Unix internals. The new frontiers
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Название: Unix internals. The new frontiers

Автор: Vahalia U.

Аннотация:

This is the best OS book i have evern seen, really deserve 5+ starts. It gives many design issues/ideas of real exist OSes which helped me greatly. If you are really interested in OS or do some creative design job, this book is a must see. It seems next edition of this book will be unleashed next February. But what i concern is next editon may be delayed, because there are really too much new things these years, Linux 2.6 ... And I hope next edition will have some introduction to Windows Kernel. I am a UNIX fan, but you see, Windows conquer the PCs desktop, it surely has some shining points


Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1996

Количество страниц: 601

Добавлена в каталог: 11.12.2005

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. directory      222 231 263
.. directory      222 231 263
/      222
/dev      524
/dev/nnll      101
/dev/tty      100 105 107
/etc/exports      294 313
/etc/init      24
/etc/inittab      101
/etc/passwd      27
/proc file system      154 281
/unix      21
/vmunix      21
3BSD      4 403 421
4.3BSD      4
4.3BSD, callouts      115
4.3BSD, controlling group      104
4.3BSD, controlling terminal      104
4.3BSD, memory management      474
4.3BSD, process groups      103
4.3BSD, process priority      118
4.3BSD, scheduling      118
4.3BSD, select      529
4.3BSD, signals      92
4.3BSD, virtual memory      421
4.4BSD      4
4.4BSD, LFS      346
4.4BSD, login session      109
4.4BSD, memory management      490
4.4BSD, nullfs      368
4.4BSD, portal file system      362
4.4BSD, semaphores      491
4.4BSD, stackable file system layers      367
4.4BSD, union mount      368
4.4BSD, vnode interface      256
4.4BSD-Lite      5
4BSD      4
a.out file format      43
Absolute pathname      222
abstract base class      237 441
ACCEPT      362
Access time      224
Access-control list (ACL)      224 328 339
Access-control list (ACL), AFS      328
Adaptive locks      212
Address aliases      506
address space      19 26 401 406
Address translation maps      22 405 see
Admission control      145
advfs      317
Advisory file locks      229
Advisory processor locks      216
AFS      291 323 355
AFS, access-control lists      328
AFS, cache manager      326
AFS, pathname lookup      327
AFS, security      327
AFS, Venus      326
AFS, Vice      324
AFS, volume      324
AIX      311
Alarm      116
Alarms      115
Alarms, profiling      115
Alarms, real time      115
Alarms, virtual      116
allocb()      551 569
Amoeba operating system      292
Andrew File System      see "AFS"
Anon layer      451 464
Anon reference array      454
Anonymous object      279 441 446 458
Anonymous page      279 445 453
anon_dup()      455
anon_getpage()      457
anon_map, struct      279 458
Append mode      228
As layer      443
as, struct      443
ASPI (Adaptec SCSI Peripherals Interface)      544
Asynchronous I/O      57
as_dup()      455
as_fault()      457
AT&T      3
Auspex      309
Autopush, of STREAMS modules      565
Back-enabling of STREAMS queue      560
Backing store      409 440
Barrier synchronization      141
Basic locks, SVR4.2/MP      213
bdevsw, struct      518
Bell Telephone Laboratories      2
Berkeley Fast File System      see "FFS"
Berkeley Software Design, Inc. (BSDI)      4
bind_to_cpu      143
Biod process      296 307
Block and character devices      516
Block buffer cache      200 210 269 284 341 438 450 463 467 516
Block static storage (bss) region      42
Blocking locks      205
bmap()      343
Boot area      263
Bootstrapping      21 263
Bound and unbound threads      63 67
brk      60
BSD-LFS      346
BSD/386      4
Buddy system memory allocator      383
Buddy system memory allocator, SVR4      386
buf, struct      286 531 532
buffer cache      see "Block buffer cache"
C shell      See "csh"
C threads      55 62 71
Cache wiping      287
Calaveras file system      351
Callbacks, AFS      326
callout thread      133
callouts      66 114
callouts, 4.3BSD      115
Carnegie — Mellon University      6 323
cdevsw, struct      235 518
Cedar file system      351
Ceiling protocol      138
Change time      224
ChDir      222
chmod      225 229
Chorus operating system      62
chown      225
class      237
Class, abstract base class      237 441
Class, public or private members      237
Class, subclass      237 441
Client-server computing      11 292
Clists      547
clnopen()      526
Clock interrupt handling      113
Clock tick      113
Clock tick, major      114
Clone device      526 566
Clone driver      526 566
CLOSE      164 225 328
closedir      223
Clustering, in a file system      343
CL_PREEMPT      123
cmap, struct      422
cmask      73
Cold threads      52
Common Applications Environment (CAE)      7
Common snode      281 524 566
Concurrency      52
condition variables      54 66 203
Condition variables, predicate      203
Condition variables, signal and broadcast      205
connect      582
Connection server      226 363
Context layer      33
context switch      22 112
Continuations, Mach 3.0      76
Control and status registers      513
Control point      19 52
Controlling group of terminal      100
Controlling group of terminal, 4.3BSD      104
Controlling group of terminal, SVR4      107
controlling terminal      29 100
Controlling terminal, 4.3BSD      104
Controlling terminal, SVR3      100
Controlling terminal, SVR4      107
convoys      200
Copy-on-write      41 457 469 474 478
copyin()      538
copyout()      269 538
core file      84
Core map      422
coroutines      52
Counting semaphores      66
crash recovery      339 342
Creation mask      225
cred, struct      254
Credentials      26 27 53 60 253
Credentials, BSD      28
Credentials, SVR3      28
Credentials, SVR4      28
Critical region      36 91 189
Critical thread size      57
Cross-processor interrupts      131 216
csh      87 100 104
current working directory      29 60 222
Cylinder groups      273
Data and instruction caches      see "MMU cache"
datab, struct      551
dbx      153
DCE      291 329 355
DCE DFS      see "DFS"
DCE RPC      300
DDI/DKI specification      535
Deadline-driven scheduling      144
Deadlock avoidance      209
Deadlock avoidance, hierarchical locking      209
Deadlock avoidance, stochastic locking      209
DEC OSF/1.      see "Digital UNIX"
Defense advanced research projects agency (DARPA)      4
demand paging      403 404
derived class      see "Subclass"
Device cloning      526
Device cloning, STREAMS      566
device drivers      511
Device drivers, dynamic loading      541
Device drivers, entry points      519
Device drivers, multiprocessor-safe      540
Device drivers, SVR4.1/ES      540
Device drivers, SVR4/MP      540
Device file      522
Device numbers      521
Device numbers, internal and external      522
Device numbers, major and minor      235 521
Device switch      518
DFS      291 329 356
DFS, authentication server      332
DFS, protocol exporter      330
DFS, token manager      331 332
DFS, tokens      331
DG/UX      194
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC)      2
Digital Unix      5
Digital UNIX, memory management      490
Digital UNIX, multiprocessor scheduling support      143
Digital UNIX, scheduling      142
Digital UNIX, synchronization      214
Digital UNIX, threads      72
dinode, struct      264
Direct Memory Access      see "DMA"
Direct virtual memory access      see "DVMA"
Directory      222
Directory name lookup cache      250 267
Directory, current      See "Current working directory"
Directory, FFS      275
Directory, s5fs      263
direnter()      257
Disk layout      272
Disk layout, FFS      340
Disk layout, SCSI      277
Disk mirroring      231
disk partition      see "Logical disk"
disk quotas      29 232 276
Disk striping      231
Dispatch latency      123
Dispatcher parameter table      126
Distributed computing      12
Distributed Computing Environment      see "DCE"
Distributed File System      see "DFS"
Distributed file systems      292
Distributed operating systems      292
DMA      506 514
du command      231
Dual concurrency model      52
DUP      226
dup2      226
DVMA      506
Dynamic loading and unloading      541
Dynix memory allocator      390
Effective GID      224
effective uid      224
Enhanced security      27
entry point      43
Environment variables      26
Episode file system      329 355
errno      68
esballoc()      570
Event wait      198
Event waits      205
Event-driven scheduling      126
Exception ports      97
Exceptions      21 30 88 95
Exceptions, Mach      96
exec      24 27 28 40 42 59 96 154 453
exec, shell scripts and      43
exece      see "exec"
execution context      23
Execution modes      22
Execve      see "exec"
Execvp      see "exec"
exit      24 26 43
exit status      26
exit()      43
Exporting NFS directories      294
Extended data representation      see "XDR"
Extended fundamental types      551
Extended STREAMS buffers      570
External device number      522
Fair-share scheduling      144
Fast File System      see "FFS"
fattach      153 577
fcntl      229 233
fdetach      153 578
FFS      4 220 261 272 339 378 see
FFS, disk layout      340
fg and bg commands      100 104
Ficus file system      367
FIFO files      152 233
FIFO files, STREAMS      576
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