Notes: Operative Systems – Part 10

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  • I/O handling
  • Shareable versus dedicated devices
  • Programmed I/O
  • Interrupt-driven I/O
  • DMA I/O
  • I/O software layers
  • Device drivers
  • Disk arm scheduling algorithm
  • Elevator (SCAN) algorithm

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  • File system
  • Inodes
  • Data blocks
  • Directories
  • UNIX i-node structure
  • Symbolic links
  • Disk free space (block) management
  • File system cache
  • Data structure for file system cache
  • Performance impact of i-node placement
  • Log-structured File System (LFS)
  • Input/Output sub-system
  • Memory-mapped I/O
  • Direct memory access (DMA)
  • Interrupts revised

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Notes: Operative Systems – Part 8

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  • Memory management
  • Memory reference
  • Mapping
  • Physical address
  • Page directory
  • Page table
  • Page frame
  • Directory field, page field, offset
  • Segment table
  • Dead lock
  • File System (FS)
  • Common file attributes and operations
  • Mapped files
  • Hierarchical directory systems
  • File system layout
  • Implementing files

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