Designing Distributed Systems: Devoted to a major new case study on the This fifth edition of our textbook appears at a time when the Internet and the Web. operating systems, computer networks, and distributed systems. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means, without permission in. You can get a digital (personalized) copy of this book for free. This page refers to the 3rd edition of Distributed Systems. For this third from the book. All slides, per chapter, in PDF; The LaTeX sources along with some (minimal) instructions.
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Computer Science. Electronic Engineering. Linux and Unix. Microsoft and. 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.
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.
Share This: Book Description This book covers the principles, advanced concepts, and technologies of distributed systems in detail, including: communication, replication, fault tolerance, and security. For this third edition of "Distributed Systems," the material has been thoroughly revised and extended, integrating principles and paradigms into nine chapters: 1. Introduction 2. Architectures 3. Processes 4. Communication 5. Naming 6.