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Test Bank for Operating System Concepts, Enhanced Edition, 10th Edition, 10e by Abraham Silberschatz, Greg Gagne, Peter B. Galvin TEST ISBN-13: 9781119320913 Full chapters included Chapter 1: I... ntroduction 1.1 What Operating Systems Do 1.2 Computer-System Organization 1.3 Computer-System Architecture 1.4 Operating-System Operations 1.5 Resource Management 1.6 Security and Protection 1.7 Virtualization 1.8 Distributed Systems 1.9 Kernel Data Structures 1.10 Computing Environments 1.11 Free and Open-Source Operating Systems 1.12 Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Further Reading Bibliography Chapter 2: Operating-System Structures 2.1 Operating-System Services 2.2 User and Operating-System Interface 2.3 System Calls 2.4 System Services 2.5 Linkers and Loaders 2.6 Why Applications Are Operating-System Specific 2.7 Operating-System Design and Implementation 2.8 Operating-System Structure 2.9 Building and Booting an Operating System 2.10 Operating-System Debugging 2.11 Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Programming Problems Programming Projects Further Reading Bibliography PART TWO: PROCESS MANAGEMENT Chapter 3: Processes 3.1 Process Concept 3.2 Process Scheduling 3.3 Operations on Processes 3.4 Interprocess Communication 3.5 IPC in Shared-Memory Systems 3.6 IPC in Message-Passing Systems 3.7 Examples of IPC Systems 3.8 Communication in Client–Server Systems 3.9 Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Programming Problems Programming Projects Further Reading Bibliography Chapter 4: Threads & Concurrency 4.1 Overview 4.2 Multicore Programming 4.3 Multithreading Models 4.4 Thread Libraries 4.5 Implicit Threading 4.6 Threading Issues 4.7 Operating-System Examples 4.8 Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Programming Problems Programming Projects Further Reading Bibliography Chapter 5: CPU Scheduling 5.1 Basic Concepts 5.2 Scheduling Criteria 5.3 Scheduling Algorithms 5.4 Thread Scheduling 5.5 Multi-Processor Scheduling 5.6 Real-Time CPU Scheduling 5.7 Operating-System Examples 5.8 Algorithm Evaluation 5.9 Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Programming Projects Further Reading Bibliography PART THREE: PROCESS SYNCHRONIZATION Chapter 6: Synchronization Tools 6.1 Background 6.2 The Critical-Section Problem 6.3 Peterson's Solution 6.4 Hardware Support for Synchronization 6.5 Mutex Locks 6.6 Semaphores 6.7 Monitors 6.8 Liveness 6.9 Evaluation 6.10 Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Programming Problems Further Reading Bibliography Chapter 7: Synchronization Examples 7.1 Classic Problems of Synchronization 7.2 Synchronization within the Kernel 7.3 POSIX Synchronization 7.4 Synchronization in Java 7.5 Alternative Approaches 7.6 Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Programming Problems Programming Projects Further Reading Bibliography Chapter 8: Deadlocks 8.1 System Model 8.2 Deadlock in Multithreaded Applications 8.3 Deadlock Characterization 8.4 Methods for Handling Deadlocks 8.5 Deadlock Prevention 8.6 Deadlock Avoidance 8.7 Deadlock Detection 8.8 Recovery from Deadlock 8.9 Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Programming Problems Programming Projects Further Reading Bibliography PART FOUR: MEMORY MANAGEMENT Chapter 9: Main Memory 9.1 Background 9.2 Contiguous Memory Allocation 9.3 Paging 9.4 Structure of the Page Table 9.5 Swapping 9.6 Example: Intel 32- and 64-bit Architectures 9.7 Example: ARMv8 Architecture 9.8 Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Programming Problems Programming Projects Further Reading Bibliography Chapter 10: Virtual Memory 10.1 Background 10.2 Demand Paging 10.3 Copy-on-Write 10.4 Page Replacement 10.5 Allocation of Frames 10.6 Thrashing 10.7 Memory Compression 10.8 Allocating Kernel Memory 10.9 Other Considerations 10.10 Operating-System Examples 10.11 Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Programming Problems Programming Projects Further Reading Bibliography PART FIVE: STORAGE MANAGEMENT Chapter 11: Mass-Storage Structure 11.1 Overview of Mass-Storage Structure 11.2 HDD Scheduling 11.3 NVM Scheduling 11.4 Error Detection and Correction 11.5 Storage Device Management 11.6 Swap-Space Management 11.7 Storage Attachment 11.8 RAID Structure Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Programming Problems Further Reading Bibliography Chapter 12: I/O Systems 12.1 Overview 12.2 I/O Hardware 12.3 Application I/O Interface 12.4 Kernel I/O Subsystem 12.5 Transforming I/O Requests to Hardware Operations 12.6 STREAMS 12.7 Performance Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Further Reading Bibliography PART SIX: FILE SYSTEM Chapter 13: File-System Interface 13.1 File Concept 13.2 Access Methods 13.3 Directory Structure 13.4 Protection 13.5 Memory-Mapped Files Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Further Reading Bibliography Chapter 14: File-System Implementation 14.1 File-System Structure 14.2 File-System Operations 14.3 Directory Implementation 14.4 Allocation Methods 14.5 Free-Space Management 14.6 Efficiency and Performance 14.7 Recovery 14.8 Example: The WAFL File System Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Programming Problems Further Reading Bibliography Chapter 15: File-System Internals 15.1 File Systems 15.2 File-System Mounting 15.3 Partitions and Mounting 15.4 File Sharing 15.5 Virtual File Systems 15.6 Remote File Systems 15.7 Consistency Semantics 15.8 NFS Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Further Reading Bibliography PART SEVEN: SECURITY AND PROTECTION Chapter 16: Security 16.1 The Security Problem 16.2 Program Threats 16.3 System and Network Threats 16.4 Cryptography as a Security Tool 16.5 User Authentication 16.6 Implementing Security Defenses 16.7 An Example: Windows 10 Summary Exercises Further Reading Bibliography Chapter 17: Protection 17.1 Goals of Protection 17.2 Principles of Protection 17.3 Protection Rings 17.4 Domain of Protection 17.5 Access Matrix 17.6 Implementation of the Access Matrix 17.7 Revocation of Access Rights 17.8 Role-Based Access Control 17.9 Mandatory Access Control (MAC) 17.10 Capability-Based Systems 17.11 Other Protection Improvement Methods 17.12 Language-Based Protection Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Further Reading Bibliography PART EIGHT: ADVANCED TOPICS Chapter 18: Virtual Machines 18.1 Overview 18.2 History 18.3 Benefits and Features 18.4 Building Blocks 18.5 Types of VMs and Their Implementations 18.6 Virtualization and Operating-System Components 18.7 Examples 18.8 Virtualization Research Summary Exercises Further Reading Bibliography Chapter 19: Networks and Distributed Systems 19.1 Advantages of Distributed Systems 19.2 Network Structure 19.3 Communication Structure 19.4 Network and Distributed Operating Systems 19.5 Design Issues in Distributed Systems 19.6 Distributed File Systems 19.7 DFS Naming and Transparency 19.8 Remote File Access 19.9 Final Thoughts on Distributed File Systems Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Further Reading Bibliography PART NINE: CASE STUDIES Chapter 20: The Linux System 20.1 Linux History 20.2 Design Principles 20.3 Kernel Modules 20.4 Process Management 20.5 Scheduling 20.6 Memory Management 20.7 File Systems 20.8 Input and Output 20.9 Interprocess Communication 20.10 Network Structure 20.11 Security Summary Practice Exercises Exercises Further Reading Bibliography Chapter 21: Windows 10 21.1 History 21.2 Design Principles 21.3 System Components 21.4 Terminal Services and Fast User Switching 21.5 File System 21.6 Networking 21.7 Programmer Interface Summary Practice Exercises Exercises [Show More]

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