The Soul of Barb's New Machine was creat 1133
It was submitted to a DECUS as one of the pre-DECUS paper presentation seminar proposals but turned down. I haven't managed to convince another co-author to post it. I have it on a floppy somewhere in this universe but haven't been able to find it. Floppies must travel to the same place single socks go.
That term isn't familiar. The research was done in the mid -80s. Did BSD have a FFS back then?
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I think that's a fairly good description of Linus' role in Linux kernel development, at least as I see it from the periphery. One method he's been using is the handing off of...
You're talking about the UFD pointer level of a file system. I can't recall but I think I'm talking about the lower level device driver and controller level code.
The Soul of Barb's New Machine was creat 1134
There is that. It is also the ability of any CPU to be able to pick up where another CPU left off without having to reexecute the same code to set up the job...
That was the level.
Yep. Good guess. Think about code that can be picked up at any instruction by any CPU who wants some to do without having to redo a lot of code end to set up the I-O processing. That's the basic gut of an SMP system.
There must be a bunch of people who've had to do similar things. Lynn did some of this thinking early on (compared to us). I'm not clever enough to figure out why implementations weren't more alike. I keep getting this niggle that the difference could be reduced down to the way memory was managed. However, I can't believe the reason was that simple.
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