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Date Created: 10/05/15
CECS 327 REVIEW TOPICS FOR MIDTERM 2 The 2quot 1 midterm is scheduled for Monday 11172008 and will cover the topics listed below The midterm will be a closedbook closednotes exam 1 Chapter 5 7 Distributed objects and remote invocation 2C Distributed object model Section 523 Remote method invocation semantics Section 524 Implementation of remote method invocation Section 525 Distributed garbage collection Section 526 Software support required for remote procedure call Section 53 Java RMI Section 55 hapter 6 7 Operating system support Core OS functionality Section 62 Protection of resource from illegitimateimproper access user mode vs supervisor mode isolation of address space conteXt switching Section 63 Processes and threads 7 process creation and management thread creation and management relation between process and threads architectures for multithreaded servers state associated with execution environments an threads threads implementation userlevel vs kernellevel threads Section 64 Invocation between address spaces and performance consideration Section 65 Operating system architecture 7 monolithic kernel vs microkernel Section 66
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