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Operating Systems A Systematic View

ISBN-10: 0321267516
ISBN-13: 9780321267511
Edition: 6th 2005 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $215.80
Edition: 6th
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 4/21/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 688
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.530
Language: English

Preface
Introduction and Overview
What Is an Operating System?
The Components of a Modern Operating System
A Look Ahead
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
System Resources
Hardware
Memory
The Processor
Microcode
Input and Output Devices
Secondary Storage
Linking the Components
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
Software and Data
Hardware, Software, and Data
Software
Data
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
Linking the Components
Linking Internal Components
Architectures
Logical and Physical I/O
Networks
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
Basic Operating System Concepts
The Shell, the IOCS, and the File System
An Operating System's Basic Functions
The User Interface
Device Management
The File System
The Boot
Utilities
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
Memory Management and Processor Management
Memory Management
Overlay Structures
Virtual Memory
Multiprogramming
Time-Sharing
Scheduling and Queuing
Spooling
Deadlock
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
Communicating with the Operating System
The User Interface
User Interface Functions
Types of User Interfaces
A Human Perspective
Learning a User Interface
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
MS-DOS Commands
MS-DOS
Getting Started
The File System
Pipes, Filters, and Redirection
Returning to Windows
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
Windows 2000
Windows 2000
Working With the Windows File System
Command Line Interface
Windows Scripting Host
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
UNIX/Linux Commands and Utilities
UNIX
The File System
Pipes, Filters, and Redirection
Shell Scripts
Other Useful Commands
Graphic User Interface
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
IBM OS/JCL: JOB and EXEC Statements
Batch Job Control Languages
OS/JCL
JOB Statements
EXEC Statements
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
IBM/OS JCL: DD Statements
External Device Linkage
Unit Record Hardware
Magnetic Disk
Magnetic Tape
System Input and Output
Job Step Qualification
Libraries
A Complete Job
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
Operating System Internals
The Intel Architecture
Introduction
Architecture Overview
Memory Addressing
Task Management
Memory Protection
Interrupt Handling
Improving the Performance of the Intel Architecture
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
MS-DOS
Evaluating an Operating System
Microcomputer Operating Systems
MS-DOS Internals
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
Windows 2000 Internals
Windows 2000
Windows 2000 Architecture
Process Management
Memory Management
Disk Management
File Management
Input Output Manager
The Registry
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
UNIX and Linux
The UNIX System
Images and Processes
The Shell
Time-Slicing and Interrupts
Memory Management
The File System
UNIX Internals
Linux
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
Traditional IBM Mainframe Operating Principles
The Hardware Environment
Addressing Memory
The Program Status Word
Controlling Physical I/O
Interrupts
Program States
An Example
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
IBM MVS
Traditional IBM Mainframe Operating Systems
Job and Task Management
Control Blocks
Dispatching
Allocating Peripheral Devices
Data Management
System Generation
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
Virtual Machines
Operating System Development
VM's Structure
The Control Program (CP)
Advantages and Disadvantages
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
Networks
The Client/Server Operating System
Introduction
Communications Architecture
Client/Server Systems
Network Operating Systems
Traditional Services
Emerging Network Operating System Services
Database Services
Internet/Intranet Services
Management Services
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
Novell NetWare
NetWare
File Systems
Printing Services
Novell Directory Services
Network Management
Using NetWare
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
Windows 2000 Server
Introduction
Network Protocols
Active Directory Service
File Services
Print Services
Managing Windows 2000 Server
Using Windows 2000 Server and Client
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
The Internet
Internet Protocols
Application Protocols
Domain Name System
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Network Management
Web Services
Internet Crime
Security
Summary
Key Words
Exercises
Appendix A: Number Systems, Data Types, and Codes
Number Systems
Data Types
Appendix B: Summary of MS-DOS Commands
General
Selected Commands
Selected Filters
Appendix C: Summary of UNIX Commands
General
Commands and Utilities
Glossary
Index

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