NA Olifer, VG Olifer. Network Operating Systems

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table of contents
Introduction
Determination of the operating system
Evolution OS
The first period (1945 -1955)
The second period (1955 - 1965)
The third period (1965 - 1980)
The fourth period (1980 - present)
Classification OS
Features of control algorithms resources
Features hardware platforms
Features areas of use
Features of methods of construction
Network Operating Systems
The structure of the network operating system
Peer network operating systems and OS with dedicated servers
OS for the working groups and OS for enterprise networks
Management of local resources
Process Management
Status Process
Context and process handle
Algorithms planning processes
Displacement and non-preemptive scheduling algorithms
Synchronization and interaction processes
Threads
Memory Management
Address Types
Methods of memory allocation without using disk space
Memory allocation fixed partitions
Memory allocation variable sections
Movable partitions
Methods of distribution of memory using disk space
The concept of virtual memory
Allocation page
Segment distribution
Page-segment distribution
Swapping
The hierarchy of storage devices. Principle Cached
Tools hardware support memory management and multi-tasking in microprocessors Intel 80386, 80486 and Pentium
Funds support memory segmentation
Segment-paging mechanism
Funds call routines and tasks
Input-output control
The physical organization of input and output devices
Organization of software IO
Interrupt Handling
Device Drivers
Regardless of the device layer of the operating system
Custom software layer
File system
File Names
File Types
Logical file organization
Physical organization and address file
File permissions
Disk Caching
A general model of the file system
Memory-mapped files
Modern architecture filesystems
Management of distributed resources
The basic shapes messaging in distributed systems
Addressing Modes
Blocking and non-blocking primitives
Buffered and nebuferizuemye primitives
Reliable and unreliable primitives
Remote Procedure Call (RPC)
The concept of the remote procedure call
Basic operations RPC
Stages of the RPC
Dynamic binding
The semantics of RPC in the case of failure
Synchronization in distributed systems
Logical clock synchronization algorithm
Algorithms for mutual exclusion
Indivisible transaction
Processes and threads in distributed systems
The term "thread"
Different ways of computing process organization using yarns
Implementation Issues yarns
Threads and RPC
Distributed File System
Interface file service
Interface directory service
The semantics of file sharing
Questions of development of structure of the file system
Caching
Replication
Problems of interaction between operating systems in heterogeneous networks
The concepts of "internetworking" and "interoperability"
Heterogeneity
Basic approaches to the implementation of interoperability
Gateways
Multiplexing protocol stacks
Using the main protocol
Implementation Issues
Comparison of options for interoperability
Service naming resources, and transparency of access problems
Blast approach
The primary and backup domain controllers
Four models of the organization of communication domains
Modern concepts and technologies for designing operating systems
Requirements for OS 90s
Extensibility
Portability
Compatibility
Security
Trends in the structural construction of the OS
Monolithic Systems
Multi-level system
Client-server model and micronucleus
Object-oriented approach
Multiple application environments
Network package OSF DCE company
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