Fortress Rochester: The Inside Story of the IBM ISeries

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System iNetwork, 2001 - Computers - 404 pages
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Contents

The Five Sacred Architectural Principles
1
The PowerPC Processors
7
Early PowerPC AS Processors
13
The Last of the Brainiacs
27
The Next Generation
31
The POWER4 Design
33
Conclusions
48
The Road to 0 10 Micron
49
Overview of Database Operations
196
Implementation of Database Functions
206
Threads
213
Processes
224
Exceptions Events and Interrupts
229
Work Management and OS400 Jobs
235
Partitions
239
Bringing Logical Partitioning to the iSeries
241

Strained Silicon
55
Memory Systems
59
Memory Hierarchies
61
A Sample SMP Configuration
69
The New IO
77
IO Code Structure
88
Conclusions
95
The TechnologyIndependent Machine Interface
97
Working with MI Programs
102
Conclusions
112
Objects
113
Accessing Objects
118
Inside a System Object
124
Conclusions
132
Morphing Software
133
Conclusions
144
SingleLevel Store
145
Overview of SingleLevel Store
153
Address Translation
162
Disk Management
173
New File Systems
179
Conclusions
188
Universal Database
189
Data Warehousing
194
Conclusions
248
Unix Environment
249
Private Address Space Environment PASE
255
Windows Environment
261
Managing Intel Outside
271
Security in a Web World
275
Security Exposures
278
Grouping Authority
288
Java and Domino
295
Java
304
Lotus Domino
315
Conclusions
321
Linux
323
Linux Port for iSeries
327
Conclusions
339
Delivering on the Vision
341
Project eLiza
346
More Hardware Convergence
352
SelfMorphing Applications
356
Appendix History of Fortress Rochester
361
Future Systems
370
The Silverlake Project
386
Index
393
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Soltis is the original architect of the IBM System/38

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