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“Design of the UNIX Operating System” by Maurice J. Bach
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. Prentice Hall Software Series

Prentice-Hall ECS Professional | 1986 | ISBN: 0132017997 9780132017992 | 486 pages | djvu | 5 MB



This book describes the internal algorithms and the structures that form the basis of the UNIX operating system and their relationship to the programmer interface. The system description is based on UNIX System V Release 2

Many exercises originally prepared for the course have been included at the end of each chapter, and they are a key part of the book. Some exercises are straightforward, designed to illustrate concepts brought out in the text. Others are more difficult, designed to help the reader understand the system at a deeper level. Finally, some are exploratory in nature, designed for investigation as a research problem. Difficult exercises are marked with asterisks.

CONTENTS

PREFACE

CHAPTER I GENERAL OVERVIEW OF THE SYSTEM

1.1 History

1.2 System Structure

1.3 User Perspective

1.4 Operating System Services

1.5 Assumptions About Hardware

1.6 Summary

CHAPTER 2 INTRODUCTION TO THE KERNEL

2.1 Architecture of the UNIX Operating System

2.2 Introduction to System Concepts

2.3 Kernel Data Structures

2.4 System Administration

2.5 Summary and Preview

2.6 Exercises

CHAPTER 3 THE BUFFER CACHE

3.1 Buffer Headers

3.2 Structure of the Buffer Pool

3.3 Scenarios for Retrieval of a Buffer

3.4 Reading and Writing Disk Blocks

3.5 Advantages and Disadvantages of the Buffer Cache

3.6 Summary

3.7 Exercises

CHAPTER 4 INTERNAL REPRESENTATION OF FILES

4.1 Inodes

4.2 Structure of a Regular File

4.3 Directories

4.4 Conversion of a Path Name to an Inode

4.5 Super Block

4.6 Inode Assignment to a New File

4.7 Allocation of Disk Blocks

4.8 Other File Types

4.9 Summary

4.10 Exercises

CHAPTER 5 SYSTEM CALLS FOR THE FILE SYSTEM

5.1 Open

5.2 Read

5.3 Write

5.4 File and Record Locking

5.5 Adjusting the Position of File I/O—LSEEK

5.6 Close

5.7 File Creation

5.8 Creation of Special Files

5.9 Change Directory and Change Root

5.10 Change Owner and Change Mode

5.11 STATandFSTAT

5.12 Pipes

5.13 Dup

5.14 Mounting and Unmounting File Systems

5.15 Link

5.16 Unlink

5.17 File System Abstractions

5.18 File System Maintenance

5.19 Summary

5.20 Exercises

CHAPTER 6 THE STRUCTURE OF PROCESSES

6.1 Process States and Transitions

6.2 Layout of System Memory

6.3 The Context of a Process

6.4 Saving the Context of a Process

6.5 Manipulation of the Process Address Space

6.6 Sleep

6.7 Summary

6.8 Exercises

CHAPTER 7 PROCESS CONTROL

7.1 Process Creation

7.2 Signals

7.3 Process Termination

7.4 Awaiting Process Termination

7.5 Invoking Other Programs

7.6 The User ID of a Process

7.7 Changing the Size of a Process

7.8 The Shell

7.9 System Boot and the INIT Process

7.10 Summary

7.11 Exercises

CHAPTER 8 PROCESS SCHEDULING AND TIME

8.1 Process Scheduling

8.2 System Calls For Time

8.3 Cock

8.4 Summary

8.5 Exercises

CHAPTER 9 MEMORY MANAGEMENT POLICIES

9.1 Swapping

9.2 Demand Paging

9.3 A Hybrid System With Swapping and Demand Paging

9.4 Summary

9.5 Exercises

CHAPTER 10 THE I/O SUBSYSTEM

10.1 Driver Interfaces

10.2 Disk Drivers

10.3 Terminal Drivers

10.4 Streams

10.5 Summary

10.6 Exercises

CHAPTER 11 INTERPROCESS COMMUNICATION

11.1 Process Tracing

11.2 System V IPC

11.3 Network Communications

11.4 Sockets

11.5 Summary

11.6 Exercises

CHAPTF.R 12 MULTIPROCESSOR SYSTEMS

12.1 Problem of Multiprocessor Systems

12.2 Solution With Master and Slave Processors

12.3 Solution With Semaphores

12.4 The Tunis System

12.5 Performance Limitations

12.6 Exercises

CHAPTER 13 DISTRIBUTED UNIX SYSTEMS

13.1 Satellite Processors

13.2 The Newcastle Connection

13.3 Transparent Distributed File Systems

13.4 A Transparent Distributed Model Without Stub Processes

13.5 Summary

13.6 Exercises

APPENDIX—SYSTEM CALLS

BIBLIOGRAPHY

INDEX

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