Distributed Systems: Concepts and Design
The second edition of this book has two new chapters on Distributed Operating Systems (principle and practice), featuring systems like MACH, AMoeba, Chorus and V. There is also a new chapter on case studies of distributed applications, including CSCW (Computer Supported Co-operative Work) examples, and increased coverage of security issues, including Kerberos and more modern material on worms and viruses. Other changes include revision of the chapter on architecture to add overviews of object-oriented, multicast and shared virtual memory architectures, and general updating throughout.
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aborted address space algorithm Amoeba applications area networks atomic authentication block bytes cache Chapter Chorus client and server client module client-server communication components Computer Systems concurrency control consistency coordinator copy copy-on-write data items database deadlock described distributed operating system distributed shared memory distributed systems distributed transactions encryption ensure entry Ethernet example external pager failure fault Figure file system hardware implementation interface Internet internetwork Kerberos kernel layer Mach message passing microkernel multicast name service name space nested transactions object packet partition performance processor programs Read operation receive recovery file remote procedure calls replica managers reply message request message semantics sequence sequential consistency single storage stored synchronization system call thread timestamp ordering totally ordered transfer transmitted transparency two-phase commit protocol UFID UNIX updates user-level validation virtual memory workstations Write operation