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- An examination of operating system support for persistent object systems
- Examines operating system support for persistent systems that execute on conventional hardware architectures. The focus of the paper is to examine the inadequacies of traditional operating systems as vehicles for the construction of persistent systems. The authors concentrate on four major areas, namely addressing, stability and resilience, process management and protection. They examine the consequences of making the operating system kernel itself persistent. They conclude by outlining the requirements which must be met by future operating systems designed to support orthogonal persistence.
- 5th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 1992. Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 1992, Volume 1 (Kauai, HI 7-10 January, 1992 ) p. 779-789
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operating system kernel;
operating system support;
persistent object systems;
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