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July 25, 2009

Distributed Operating Systems Notes

Here are well written class notes on Distributed Operating Systems, at cs.man.ac.uk explains about distributed operating systems which are used extensively in parallel computing. The main topics that are covered in these Distributed Operating Systems notes are: structure of operating systems, networked and distributed systems, process placement and interaction. These sessions on distributed operating systems also cover the following: inter process communication and remote procedure call, processes and threads, threaded servers and kernels, and resource management issues. Other topics which are covered are filesystems, fileserver: transaction based models, protection regimes, security and authentication, middleware in distributed systems and distributed objects. These documents are in pdf format.


Distributed Operating Systems Class Notes:

 - Introduction (13k)
 - Operating System Structure (11k)
 - Operating System Structure 2 (15k)
 - Process placement and IPC (28k)
 - Remote procedure call (18k)
 - Resource management: Deadlocks (20k)
 - Resource management in distributed systems (22k)
 - Reliability in distributed systems (20k)
 - Distributed file systems (24k)
 - Distributed file systems -2 (11k)
 - NTFS, The NT Filing System (12k)
 - Modern Unix File systems (15k)
 - Resource management: Protection and Security (14k)
 - CORBA (22k)
 - Microsoft DCOM & .NET (19k)
 - Capabilities (50k)
 - Windows XP (20k)
 - CORBA (22k)
 - Microsoft DCOM & .NET (18k)
 - Remote Procedure Call (240k)
 - RMI etc. (67k)
 - Name and Directory Servers (518k)
 - Time & Clocks (24k)
 - Capabilities (8k)
 - Security (265k)



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