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Operating Systems Design and Implementation, Third Edition






By Andrew S. Tanenbaum - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Albert S. Woodhull - Amherst, Massachusetts
Publisher : Prentice Hall
Pub Date : January 04, 2006
Print ISBN-10 : 0-13-142938-8
Print ISBN-13 : 978-0-13-142938-3
eText ISBN-10 : 0-13-185991-9
eText ISBN-13 : 978-0-13-185991-3
Pages : 1080

Revised to address the latest version of MINIX (MINIX 3), this streamlined, simplified new edition remains the only operating systems text to first explain relevant principles, then demonstrate their applications using a Unix-like operating system as a detailed example. It has been especially designed for high reliability, for use in embedded systems, and for ease of teaching.

For the latest version of MINIX and simulators for running MINIX on other systems visit: www.minix3.org

Copyright
Preface xv
Chapter 1. Introduction 1
Section 1.1. What Is an Operating System? 4
Section 1.2. History of Operating Systems 6
Section 1.3. Operating System Concepts 19
Section 1.4. System Calls 26
Section 1.5. Operating System Structure 42
Section 1.6. Outline of the Rest of This Book 51
Section 1.7. Summary 51
Problems 52
Chapter 2. Processes 55
Section 2.1. Introduction to Processes 55
Section 2.2. Interprocess Communication 68
Section 2.3. Classical IPC Problems 88
Section 2.4. Scheduling 93
Section 2.5. Overview of Processes in MINIX 3 112
Section 2.6. Implementation of Processes in MINIX 3 125
Section 2.7. The System Task in MINIX 3 192
Section 2.8. The Clock Task in MINIX 3 204
Section 2.9. Summary 214
Problems 215
Chapter 3. Input/Output 221
Section 3.1. Principles of I/O Hardware 222
Section 3.2. Principles of I/O Software 229
Section 3.3. Deadlocks 237
Section 3.4. Overview of I/O in MINIX 3 252
Section 3.5. Block Devices in MINIX 3 261
Section 3.6. RAM Disks 271
Section 3.7. Disks 278
Section 3.8. Terminals 302
Section 3.9. Summary 366
Problems 367
Chapter 4. Memory Management 373
Section 4.1. Basic Memory Management 374
Section 4.2. Swapping 378
Section 4.3. Virtual Memory 383
Section 4.4. Page Replacement Algorithms 396
Section 4.5. Design Issues for Paging Systems 404
Section 4.6. Segmentation 410
Section 4.7. Overview of the MINIX 3 Process Manager 420
Section 4.8. Implementation of the MINIX 3 Process Manager 447
Section 4.9. Summary 475
Problems 476
Chapter 5. File Systems 481
Section 5.1. Files 482
Section 5.2. Directories 491
Section 5.3. File System Implementation 497
Section 5.4. Security 526
Section 5.5. Protection Mechanisms 537
Section 5.6. Overview of the MINIX 3 File System 548
Section 5.7. Implementation of the MINIX 3 File System 566
Section 5.8. Summary 606
Problems 607

Chapter 6. Reading List and Bibliography 611
Section 6.1. Suggestions for Further Reading 611
Section 6.2. Alphabetical Bibliography 618
Appendix A. Installing MINIX 3 629
Section A.1. Preparation 629
Section A.2. Booting 631
Section A.3. Installing to the Hard Disk 632
Section A.4. Testing 634
Section A.5. Using a Simulator 636
Appendix B. The MINIX Source Code 637
Appendix C. Index to Files 1033
About the Authors 1053 http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif
About the MINIX 3 CD InsideBackCover
System Requirements InsideBackCover
Hardware InsideBackCover
Software InsideBackCover
Installation InsideBackCover
Product Support InsideBackCover
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