Advanced Operating Systems Structures and Implementation
UC Berkeley,, Spring 2013 , Prof. John Kubiatowicz
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Introduction-Class Structure - BDD, TDD and all-OS Structure: Monolithic, Micro-kernel, ExoKernel, Multi Kernel - OS Structure: System Calls, Module0s,proc, SchedulingProcesses, Fork, Exec, Interprocess, Communication/Optimization-Parallelism , pThreads - How to work in a group. Synchronization - Synchronization approaches, Hardware synchronization - Process Scheduling: Round Robin, Priority Schedulers - Process Scheduling: O(1) Scheduler - Scheduling for QoS/Fairness: Earliest Deadline First - Dominant Resource Fairness (DRF), Two-Level Scheduling
Memory Management: Mechanisms on various architectures, NUMA - Virtual Memory Management, Swapping, Page Cache - Memory Management, Paging - Virtual Memory and Paging - Slab Allocator,Interrupts and Exceptions,Device Driver Structure-I/O Buses,Device Driver Structure - Storage systems: Queueing Theory, Basic Concepts in File Systems - file Systems - Reliability,Journaling,Durability,Scheduling - Distributed Storage: NFS, AFS, Virtual FS Switch, File Cache - LBFS, Dynamo, Haystack,Virtual FS Switch, File Cache - Distributed Storage: TPM, Attestation, UEFI, Security, Selinux, HiStar-Protection ,Optional Special Topics L
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Sep 12, 2018
Excellent course helped me understand topic that i couldn't while attendinfg my college.
March 29, 2019
Great course. Thank you very much.