As distributed computer systems become more pervasive, so does the need for understanding how their operating systems are designed and implemented. The rest of this book is devoted to studying concepts, implementa- tion, and examples of distributed operating systems. WHAT IS A DISTRIBUTED SYSTEM2. DISTRIBUTED OPERATING SYSTEMS. Andrew S. Tanenbaum. 1. INTRODUCTION. With the explosive growth in modems, LANs (local-area networks) and.
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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Nov 29, Max Lybbert rated it liked it. This book is definitely dated. That's no surprise in a technology book. However, the basics behind network programming are still sound and worthwhile; and while the vocabulary has changed the principles in the book underlie Voldemort, Cassandra, MapReduce, Thrift, Protocol Buffers and more.
Unfortunately the book predates the Eight Fallacies of Distributed Computing http: Read those first, and refer to them several times while reading the book so that you c This book is definitely dated. Read those first, and refer to them several times while reading the book so that you can take some of the objectives with a large enough grain of salt.
Dec 12, Md. Apr 08, Alejandro Teruel rated it really liked it Shelves: I read this book way back in and thought it was an excellent book which summed up the state of the art at the time and gave valuable pointers to ongoing research and more detailed work. Andrew Tanenbaum is one of the great textbook writers and researchers on distributed operating systems.
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Mobile Users 5. Fault Tolerance 5.
Multimedia 5. On-Chip Memory 6. Bus-Based Multiprocessors 6. Ring-Based Multiprocessors 6. Switched Multiprocessors Directories Caching Protocols 6. Comparison of Shared Memory Systems 6. Strict Consistency 6. Sequential Consistency 6. Causal Consistency 6.
Weak Consistency 6. Release Consistency 6. Entry Consistency 6.
Summary of Consistency Models 6. Basic Design 6. Replication 6. Granularity 6. Achieving Sequential Consistency 6. Finding the Owner 6.
Finding the Copies 6. Page Replacement 6.
Synchronization 6. Midway Entry Consistency Implementation 6. Objects 6. Amoeba 7. History of Amoeba 7. Research Goals 7.
The Amoeba System Architecture 7. The Amoeba Microkernel 7. The Amoeba Servers 7. Capabilities 7. Object Protection 7. Standard Operations 7. Processes 7. Threads 7. Segments 7. Mapped Segments 7. The Replication Server 7. The Run Server 7.
The Boot Server 7. Other Servers 7. Mach 8. History of Mach 8. Goals of Mach 8. The Mach Microkernel 8. Processes Process Management Primitives 8. Threads Implementation of C Threads in Mach 8.
Scheduling 8. Virtual Memory 8. Memory Sharing 8.
External Memory Managers 8. Distributed Shared Memory in Mach 8. Ports Capabilities Primitives for Managing Ports 8. Sending and Receiving Messages Message Formats 8. The Network Message Server 8. Chorus 9. History of Chorus 9.
Goals of Chorus 9. System Structure 9. Kernel Abstractions 9. Kernel Structure 9. The Object-Oriented Subsystem 9. Processes 9.
Threads 9. Scheduling 9. Traps, Exceptions, and Interrupts 9. Kernel Calls for Process Management 9. Regions and Segments 9. Mappers 9. Distributed Shared Memory 9. Kernel Calls for Memory Management 9. Messages 9. Ports 9. Communication Operations 9. Kernel Calls for Communication 9. Extensions to UNIX 9. The Language Runtime System 9. Implementation of COOL 9. Philosophy 9. Objects 9. Memory Model 9. Communication 9. Servers 9.
DCE History of DCE Goals of DCE DCE Components Cells Introduction to DCE Threads Scheduling Synchronization Thread Calls Writing a Client and a Server Binding a Client to a Server Performing an RPC DTS Time Model DTS Implementation