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The second chapter of the book, <citetitle>The Design and Implementation of the 4.4BSD Operating System</citetitle> is excerpted here with the permission of the publisher. No part of it may be further reproduced or distributed without the publisher's express written <link xlink:href="mailto:peter.gordon@awl.com">permission</link>. The rest of <link xlink:href="http://cseng.aw.com/catalog/academic/product/0,1144,0201549794,00.html">the book</link> explores the concepts introduced in this chapter in incredible detail and is an excellent reference for anyone with an interest in BSD UNIX. More information about this book is available from the publisher, with whom you can also sign up to receive news of <link xlink:href="mailto:curt.johnson@awl.com">related titles</link>. Information about <link xlink:href="http://www.mckusick.com/courses/">BSD courses</link> is available from Kirk McKusick.
The second chapter of the book, <citetitle>The Design and Implementation of the 4.4BSD Operating System</citetitle> is excerpted here with the permission of the publisher. No part of it may be further reproduced or distributed without the publisher's express written <link xlink:href="mailto:peter.gordon@awl.com">permission</link>. The rest of <link xlink:href="http://cseng.aw.com/catalog/academic/product/0,1144,0201549794,00.html">the book</link> explores the concepts introduced in this chapter in incredible detail and is an excellent reference for anyone with an interest in BSD UNIX. More information about this book is available from the publisher, with whom you can also sign up to receive news of <link xlink:href="mailto:curt.johnson@awl.com">related titles</link>. Information about <link xlink:href="http://www.mckusick.com/courses/">BSD courses</link> is available from Kirk McKusick.
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Design Overview of 4.4BSD
Visão geral do Design do 4.4BSD
4.4BSD Facilities and the Kernel
O kernel e as facilidades do 4.4BSD
The 4.4BSD kernel provides four basic facilities: processes, a filesystem, communications, and system startup. This section outlines where each of these four basic services is described in this book.
O kernel 4.4BSD fornece quatro recursos básicos: processos, um sistema de arquivos, comunicações e inicialização do sistema. Esta seção descreve onde cada um desses quatro serviços básicos é descrito neste livro.
Processes constitute a thread of control in an address space. Mechanisms for creating, terminating, and otherwise controlling processes are described in Chapter 4. The system multiplexes separate virtual-address spaces for each process; this memory management is discussed in Chapter 5.
The user interface to the filesystem and devices is similar; common aspects are discussed in Chapter 6. The filesystem is a set of named files, organized in a tree-structured hierarchy of directories, and of operations to manipulate them, as presented in Chapter 7. Files reside on physical media such as disks. 4.4BSD supports several organizations of data on the disk, as set forth in Chapter 8. Access to files on remote machines is the subject of Chapter 9. Terminals are used to access the system; their operation is the subject of Chapter 10.

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