An operating system text that uses linux and posix threads to illustrate concepts topics include shell programming concurrent programming scheduling file systems resource management the world wide web i o programming protection and store management all examples execute in linux as well as apple os x. Posix portable operating system interface threads are a great way to increase the responsiveness and performance of your code in this series daniel robbins shows you exactly how to use threads in your code a lot of behind the scenes details are covered so by the end of this series youll really be ready to create your own multithreaded programs. Overview of todays lecture o posix threads pthreads standard interface and calls o simple pthreads hello world program o linux processes and threads o the clone system call o fields in task struct in linux o process threads states and fsm in linux o looking ahead into the next lecture o re cap of lecture. Operating system concepts 425 silberschatz galvin and gagne c2005 pthreads a posix standard ieee 10031c api for thread creation and synchronization api specifies behavior of the thread library implementation is up to development of the library common in unix operating systems solaris linux mac os x
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