By IBM Redbooks
The item of this redbook is to illustrate the AIX 5L and home windows 2000 structures to teach the reader similarities and transformations among every one working approach. no matter if you're a home windows professional trying to examine extra concerning the most recent model of AIX, AIX 5L, or are an AIX specialist and want to tell your self of the newest home windows platform, home windows 2000, you can find each one bankruptcy during this redbook covers the elemental applied sciences that make each one working process what it is.In resulting chapters, we'll speak about basic working procedure recommendations, architectures, open criteria compliances, and product packaging for either AIX 5L and home windows 2000. Then, we will pass into the consumer interfaces for either, garage administration, safety criteria compliance and operations, and whole platforms administration. eventually, we are going to provide a detailed dialogue of networking thoughts on either systems and exhibit the entire volume of scalability and excessive availability on either AIX 5L and home windows 2000.Furthermore, whereas no longer a lot has replaced in home windows 2000, AIX is comparatively new on the time of penning this redbook, and we will make a different aspect of mentioning the variations among AIX 5L and the former model, AIX model 4.3.3.
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Extra info for AIX 5L and Windows 2000: Side by Side
A process in a multi-threaded system is the changeable entity and must be considered as an execution frame. It has all traditional process attributes, such as process ID, process group ID, user ID, group ID, environment, and working directory. A process also provides a common address space and common system resources for: • File descriptors 24 AIX 5L and Windows 2000: Side by Side • Signal actions • Shared libraries • Inter-process communication tools, such as message queues, pipes, semaphores, or shared memory A thread is the schedulable entity.
Most other users on the system are considered regular users and are usually not able to modify system-related files. 28 AIX 5L and Windows 2000: Side by Side Access to files and directories is controlled via file permissions. Files and directories are owned by a user. A user is also a member of a group or several groups. Groups are a collection of users that can be granted permissions easily. The owner of a directory or file can specify who may read, execute, and write to them. This is standard UNIX behavior.
An example of pinned kernel code is the interrupt processing section of the device drivers. Chapter 2. Operating system architecture 17 The kernel utilizes a pager daemon to keep a pool of physical pages free. It uses a Least Recently Used (LRU) algorithm. If the number of pages available goes below a high-watermark threshold, the pager frees the oldest LRU pages until a low-watermark threshold is reached. In other operating systems, including some UNIX variants, the entire kernel must be loaded and pinned into memory.