UNIX System Architecture
Andleigh describes the internal algorithms and the design of the UNIX Operating System with a simplified approach sure to appeal to both new and experienced UNIX users. Fully illustrated to help users visualize concepts.
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INTRODUCTION TO MULTIUSER OPERATING SYSTEMS
UNIX ARCHITECTURE OVERVIEW
UNIX SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE
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Algorithm allocated application architecture AT&T UNIX System Berkeley UNIX block device buffer pool bytes C-list character device child process data structure demand paging describes device driver device number disk block distributed error execution Figure file access file system flag free list functions hardware header implementations in-core inode inode inode number input kernel mode kernel process kernel routines kernel service routine kernel stack layer locked memory management message queue modules mount Network File node operating system page table parameters performance physical memory pointer port POSIX priority level proc structure process scheduling process table processor Protocol reference count Release runnable segment semaphore server shared memory signal sleep special file superblock superuser swap device system call interface table entry terminal UNIX file system UNIX kernel UNIX operating system user mode user process user structure virtual memory wakeup write