Next week, we will delve into how operating systems virtualize the CPU via processes and how it enables these separate units to communicate through various inter-process communication techniques such as pipes, fifos, and unix sockets. We will also investigate how the operating system provides time sharing, different forms of multitasking, and what happens during a context switch.
The readings for Tuesday, September 4 are:
This a header file from the Linux kernel. Examine the
task_struct and its contents.
Once you have done the readings, answer the following Reading 02 Quiz questions:
To submit you work, follow the same process outlined in Reading 00:
$ git checkout master # Make sure we are in master branch $ git pull --rebase # Make sure we are up-to-date with GitLab $ git checkout -b reading02 # Create reading02 branch and check it out $ cd reading02 # Go into reading02 folder $ $EDITOR answers.json # Edit your answers.json file $ ../.scripts/submit.py # Check reading02 quiz Submitting reading02 assignment ... Submitting reading02 quiz ... Q1 0.50 Q2 0.20 Q3 0.30 Q4 0.50 Q5 0.50 Q6 0.50 Q7 0.30 Q8 0.20 Score 3.00 $ git add answers.json # Add answers.json to staging area $ git commit -m "Reading 02: Done" # Commit work $ git push -u origin reading02 # Push branch to GitLab