Operating system concepts
This bestselling book provides clear coverage of the fundamental concepts of the foundation of operating systems. The fifth edition discusses key concepts that are applicable to a variety of systems, and presents a large number of examples throughout that pertain to UNIX and Solaris 2. The authors include a completely new section on I/O Systems which includes three new chapters on I/O Systems, Secondary Storage Structure, and Tertiary Storage Structure. They also cover two new case studies -- WindowsNT and Linux.
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address space allocated allow block buffer bytes cache Chapter client communication computer system copy CPU scheduling critical section deadlock defined demand paging device device driver discussed disk distributed system domain ensure entry example Figure file system frames function hardware implemented inode instruction interface interrupt kernel layer lock logical address Mach machine mailbox main memory mechanism memory management milliseconds modified monitor MS-DOS MULTICS multiprogramming mutex Nachos operating system operating-system page fault page table partition password path name performance physical memory pointer port priority problem processor protection protocol ready queue registers remote replacement request requires resource type scheduling algorithm scheme secondary storage segment semaphore server shared storage stored swap space synchronization system call tape task terminal thread time-sharing timestamp transaction transfer user process user program virtual memory wait-for graph waiting write