Index
A
Abort system call
accept() system call
Address space layout randomization(ASLR)
Alarm system call
Anonymous pipes
API
close() system
pipe() system
read() system
write() system
creation
flow chart
output
unnamed pipes
working mechanism
Application programming interface (API)
built-in
definition
supervisor mode
system-level
types
user mode
B
Banker’s algorithms
Berkeley sockets
Binary semaphore
bind() system call
Byte-oriented mechanism
C
cat command
cd command
Child processes
chmod command
Client-server architecture
advantages
disadvantages
model
TCP, server code
closedir function
Close() system call
Command-line arguments
heap
initialized data
stack
text book
uninitialized data
Connection-oriented approach
Cooperating process
Counting semaphores
cp command
D
Data consistent model
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