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For full document please download. Efficiency: An operating system allows the computer system resources to be used in an efficient effic ient manner. Ability to evolve: An operating system should be constructed in such a way as to permit the effective development, testing, and introduction of new system functions without interfering with service. Generally, the kernel is maintained permanently in main memory.
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File name is S-OS6e-mmyy W. For high-level languages, an optimizing compiler will attempt to make intelligent choices of which variables to assign to registers and which to main memory locations. Some high- level languages, such as C, allow the programmer to suggest to the compiler which variables should be held in registers. Control and status registers: Used by the processor to control the operation of the processor and by privileged, operating system routines to control the execution of programs.
Data processing: The processor may perform some arithmetic or logic operation on data. Control: An instruction may specify that the sequence of execution be altered. The first is to disable interrupts while an interrupt is being processed.
A second approach is to define priorities for interrupts and to allow an interrupt of higher priority to cause a lower-priority interrupt handler to be interrupted.
The cache acts as a buffer for recently used memory locations. Otherwise, the process is suspended pending the interrupt and other work is performed. The processor sends a request for the transfer of a block of data to the DMA module and is interrupted only after the entire block has been transferred. Temporal locality refers to the tendency for a processor to access memory locations that have been used recently. Temporal locality is exploited by keeping recently used instruction and data values in cache memory and by exploiting a cache hierarchy.
The PC contains , the address of the first instruction. This value is loaded in to the MAR. The value in location which is the instruction with the value in hexadecimal is loaded into the MBR, and the PC is incremented. These two steps can be done in parallel. The value in location is loaded into the MBR. The value in location which is the instruction with the value is loaded into the MBR, and the PC is incremented.
The value in the MBR is stored in location However, since the data bus is only 16 bits, it will require 2 cycles to fetch a bit instruction or operand. Thus a more complex memory interface control is needed to latch the first part of the address and then the second part since the microprocessor will end in two steps. For a bit address, one may assume the first half will decode to access a "row" in memory, while the second half is sent later to access a "column" in memory.
The program counter must be at least 24 bits. Typically, a bit microprocessor will have a bit external address bus and a bit program counter, unless on- chip segment registers are used that may work with a smaller program counter. If the instruction register is to contain the whole instruction, it will have to be bits long; if it will contain only the op code called the op code register then it will have to be 8 bits long.
The Teletype sets FGI to 1 after the word is printed. The process described in a is very wasteful. If interrupts are used, the Teletype can issue an interrupt to the CPU whenever it is ready to accept or send data. However, a DMA transfer may be to or from a device that is receiving or sending data in a stream e. Thus, if the DMA module is held up denied continuing access to main memory , data will be lost.
Then the processor needs access to main memory once every microsecond. The DMA therefore "steals" every rd 1 cycle. The number of machine cycles available for DMA control is 0. A reference to the first instruction is immediately followed by a reference to the second. The ten accesses to a[i] within the inner for loop which occur within a short interval of time. If it is in M2 but not M1, then a block of data is transferred from M2 to M1 and then read.
From Equation 1. If the stack is also used to pass parameters, then the scheme will work only if it is the control unit that removes parameters, rather than machine instructions. In the latter case, the processor would need both a parameter and the PC on top of the stack at the same time. Efficiency: An operating system allows the computer system resources to be used in an efficient manner. Ability to evolve: An operating system should be constructed in such a way as to permit the effective development, testing, and introduction of new system functions without interfering with service.
Generally, the kernel is maintained permanently in main memory. The kernel runs in a privileged mode and responds to calls from processes and interrupts from devices. A process is controlled and scheduled by the operating system. This internal information is separated from the process, because the operating system has information not permitted to the process.
The context includes all of the information that the operating system needs to manage the process and that the processor needs to execute the process properly. The context includes the contents of the various processor registers, such as the program counter and data registers. Automatic allocation and management: Programs should be dynamically allocated across the memory hierarchy as required. Allocation should be transparent to the programmer.
Thus, the programmer is relieved of concerns relating to memory limitations, and the operating system can achieve efficiency by assigning memory to jobs only as needed. Support of modular programming: Programmers should be able to define program modules, and to create, destroy, and alter the size of modules dynamically. Protection and access control: Sharing of memory, at any level of the memory hierarchy, creates the potential for one program to address the memory space of another.
This is desirable when sharing is needed by particular applications. The operating system must allow portions of memory to be accessible in various ways by various users. Long-term storage: Many application programs require means for storing information for extended periods of time, after the computer has been powered down.
That location is on disk and at some times in main memory. A real address is an address in main memory. A process that cannot proceed because it is waiting for some event e. All the functional components of the kernel have access to all of its internal data structures and routines. Typically, a monolithic kernel is implemented as a single process, with all elements sharing the same address space. A microkernel is a small privileged operating system core that provides process scheduling, memory management, and communication services and relies on other processes to perform some of the functions traditionally associated with the operating system kernel.
However, if a processor-bound process is denied processor time for a sufficiently long period of time, the same algorithm will grant the processor to that process since it has not used the processor at all in the recent past. Therefore, a processor-bound process will not be permanently denied access. Time-slicing is preferred because it gives all processes access to the processor over a short period of time.
In a batch system, the concern is with throughput, and the less context switching, the more processing time is available for the processes. Therefore, policies that minimize context switching are favored. Typically, the system call results in transfer to a system program that runs in kernel mode. By reducing the number of active jobs allowed on the system, this average can be kept high.
A typical guideline is that this average should be kept above 2 minutes [IBM86]. This may seem like a lot, but it isn't. See Table 3. Ready: A process that is prepared to execute when given the opportunity. New: A process that has just been created but has not yet been admitted to the pool of executable processes by the operating system. Exit: A process that has been released from the pool of executable processes by the operating system, either because it halted or because it aborted for some reason.
When none of the processes in main memory is in the Ready state, the operating system swaps one of the blocked processes out onto disk into a suspend queue, so that another process may be brought into main memory to execute. The process is not immediately available for execution. The process may or may not be waiting on an event. If it is, this blocked condition is independent of the suspend condition, and occurrence of the blocking event does not enable the process to be executed.
The process was placed in a suspended state by an agent; either itself, a parent process, or the operating system, for the purpose of preventing its execution.
The process may not be removed from this state until the agent explicitly orders the removal. This is to protect the operating system from damage or alteration. In kernel mode, the operating system does not have these restrictions, so that it can perform its tasks. Assign a unique process identifier to the new process. Allocate space for the process. Initialize the process control block. Set the appropriate linkages.
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