- Fred Kuhns
Course DescriptionThis course continues the exploration of computer operating systems by building on the material presented in CS422, Operating Systems Organization. In CS422 we focused on developing the basic abstractions and algorithms used for managing the concurrent use of local and remote resources. In this course we take a deeper look at these abstraction, mechanisms and policies and how thay affect the support for both on general purpose and real-time operating environments.
The course begins with an overview of standard operating system concepts: kernel structure, operating system functions, process/thread management, synchronization and I/O. This is followed with an overview of real-time systems and a discussion of the differences between hard and soft timing requirements. We then look at the impact this has on the policies and mechanisms used for processor scheduling, inter-process communication (IPC), scynchronization, time management and requirements for predictable behaviour.
Resource scheduling algorithms and implementations will be covered in detail. This includes CPU scheduling, I/O scheduling, inter-process communication models (message passing, remote procedure call and shared memory); process management models; synchronization techniques and models; resource allocation strategies and admission control. There are also case studies of general purpose, soft real-time and hard real-time systems.
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Class #TopicNotes1Course Overview and Introduction2On Designing Systems, and Primary Abstractions (Process)3Multiprocessors, Threads and Light Weight Processes4Threads and Synchronization5Synchronization and IPC6Finish the discussion of Monitors and Synchronization primitives.See lecture notes from last thursday.7Discuss OS structure: Microkernels, Layered, Exokernel
Finish discussion of IPC mechanismsLecture notes: See UNIX IPC notes from last week.8Overview of IPC mechanisms and Processor Scheduling9Begin Real-Time Systems10Continue introduction to RT SystemsLecture notes: See last thursday.11No Class.NA12Clock-Driven SchedulingLecture notes: PPT13Continue Clock-Driven Scheduling of periodic tasks.Lecture notes: See notes from 10/0714Finish up Clock-Driven SchedulingLecture notes: See notes from 10/0715Scheduling of Periodic Tasks: Priority-DrivenLecture notes: PPT16Continue Scheduling of Periodic Tasks.
Lecture notes: see 10/16.17Finish Periodic tasks.See 10/1618Scheduling of Aperiodic and Sporadic Tasks19Finish Scheduling of Aperiodic and Sporadic Taskssee 10/2820Resource Access Control21Finish Resource Access Control and start memory management22Memory ManagementLecture notes: See last week23Memory Managagement: Virtual memory and kernel memory allocation if time permits.24Kernel memory allocationSee notes from 11/1325Distributed Threads26File System--No Class: Thanksgiving Holiday27File System Interface28Review