Operating Systems: Principles and Practice
Part 1: Kernels and Processes
We describe the essential steps needed to isolate programs to prevent buggy applications and computer viruses from crashing or taking control of your system.
Part 2: Concurrency
We provide a concrete methodology for writing correct concurrent programs that is in widespread use in industry, and we explain the mechanisms for context switching and synchronization from fundamental concepts down to assembly code.
Part 3: Memory Management
We explain both the theory and mechanisms behind 64-bit address space translation, demand paging, and virtual machines.
Part 4: Persistent Storage
We explain the technologies underlying modern extent-based, journaling, and versioning file systems.
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