Inside Windows NT
Microsoft Press, 1993 - 385 Seiten
The mission; an operating system for the 1990s; design goals; the team; the rest of the book; system overvies; windows NT models; windows NTstructure; additional windows NT architectures; the object manager an object security; NT executive objects; managing objects; protecting objects; processes and threads; what is a process?; what are threads?; process structure; windows and the protected subsystems; protected subsystems overview; interacting with windows NT subsystems; win32 subsystem; MS-DOS and the 16-bit windows API; message passing with the local procedure call(LPC) facility; the virtual memory manager; virtual memory; user-mode features; virtual memory implementation; the kernel; overview; thread scheduling and dispatching; interrupt and exception handing; multiprocessor synchronization; power failure recovery; chapter eight; the I/O system; an overview of NT I/O; I/O processing; layered driver model; networking; background; built-in networking; open architecture; distributed application environment; corporation-wide networking and distributed security; epilogue; glossary of terms and acronyms; bibliography; index.
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