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Learn Operating System in 24 Hours - cover

Learn Operating System in 24 Hours

Alex Nordeen

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Table Of Content
Chapter 1: What is Operating System? Explain Types of OS, Features and Examples
What is an Operating System?
History Of OS
Examples of Operating System with Market Share
Types of Operating System (OS)
Functions of Operating System
Features of Operating System (OS)
Advantage of using Operating System
Disadvantages of using Operating System
What is Kernel in Operating System?
Features of Kennel
Difference between Firmware and Operating System
Difference between 32-Bit vs. 64 Bit Operating System
Chapter 2: What is Semaphore? Binary, Counting Types with Example
What is Semaphore?
Characteristic of Semaphore
Types of Semaphores
Example of Semaphore
Wait and Signal Operations in Semaphores
Counting Semaphore vs. Binary Semaphore
Difference between Semaphore vs. Mutex
Advantages of Semaphores
Disadvantage of semaphores
Chapter 3: Components of Operating Systems
What are OS Components?
File Management
Process Management
I/O Device Management
Network Management
Main Memory management
Secondary-Storage Management
Security Management
Other Important Activities
Chapter 4: Microkernel in Operating System: Architecture, Advantages
What is Kernel?
What is Microkernel?
What is a Monolithic Kernel?
Microkernel Architecture
Components of Microkernel
Difference Between Microkernel and Monolithic Kernel
Advantages of Microkernel
Disadvantage of Microkernel
Chapter 5: System Call in OS (Operating System): What is, Types and Examples
What is System Call in Operating System?
Example of System Call
How System Call Works?
Why do you need System Calls in OS?
Types of System calls
Rules for passing Parameters for System Call
Important System Calls Used in OS
Chapter 6: File Systems in Operating System: Structure, Attributes, Type
What is File System?
Objective of File management System
Properties of a File System
File structure
File Attributes
File Type
Functions of File
Commonly used terms in File systems
File Access Methods
Space Allocation
File Directories
File types- name, extension
Chapter 7: Real-time operating system (RTOS): Components, Types, Examples
What is a Real-Time Operating System (RTOS)?
Why use an RTOS?
Components of RTOS
Types of RTOS
Terms used in RTOS
Features of RTOS
Factors for selecting an RTOS
Difference between in GPOS and RTOS
Applications of Real Time Operating System
Disadvantages of RTOS
Chapter 8: Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Protocol in Distributed System
What is RPC?
Types of RPC
RPC Architecture
How RPC Works?
Characteristics of RPC
Features of RPC
Advantages of RPC
Disadvantages of RPC
Chapter 9: CPU Scheduling Algorithms in Operating Systems
What is CPU Scheduling?
Types of CPU Scheduling
Important CPU scheduling Terminologies
CPU Scheduling Criteria
Interval Timer
What is Dispatcher?
Types of CPU scheduling Algorithm
First Come First Serve
Shortest Remaining Time
Priority Based Scheduling
Round-Robin Scheduling
Shortest Job First
Multiple-Level Queues Scheduling
The Purpose of a Scheduling algorithm
Chapter 10: Process Management in Operating System: PCB in OS
What is a Process?
What is Process Management?
Process Architecture
Process Control Blocks
Process States
Process Control Block(PCB)
Chapter 11: Introduction to DEADLOCK in Operating System
What is Deadlock?
Example of Deadlock
What is Circular wait?
Deadlock Detection
Deadlock Prevention:
Deadlock Avoidance
Difference Between Starvation and Deadlock
Advantages of Deadlock
Disadvantages of Deadlock method
Chapter 12: FCFS Scheduling Algorithm: What is, Example Program
What is First Come First Serve Method?
Characteristics of FCFS method
Example of FCFS scheduling
How FCFS Works? Calculating Average Waiting Time
Advantages of FCFS
Disadvantages of FCFS
Chapter 13: Paging in Operating System(OS)
What is Paging?
What is Paging Protection?
Advantages of Paging
Disadvantages of Paging
What is Segmentation?
Advantages of a Segmentation method
Disadvantages of Segmentation
Chapter 14: Livelock: What is, Example, Difference with Deadlock
What is Livelock?
Examples of Livelock
What Leads to Livelock?
What is Deadlock?
Example of Deadlock
What is Starvation?
Difference Between Deadlock, Starvation, and Livelock
Chapter 15: Inter Process Communication (IPC)
What is Inter Process Communication?
Approaches for Inter-Process Communication
Why IPC?
Terms Used in IPC
What is Like FIFOS and Unlike FIFOS
Chapter 16: Round Robin Scheduling Algorithm with Example
What is Round-Robin Scheduling?
Characteristics of Round-Robin Scheduling
Example of Round-robin Scheduling
Advantage of Round-robin Scheduling
Disadvantages of Round-robin Scheduling
Worst Case Latency
Chapter 17: Process Synchronization: Critical Section Problem in OS
What is Process Synchronization?
How Process Synchronization Works?
Sections of a Program
What is Critical Section Problem?
Rules for Critical Section
Solutions To The Critical Section
Chapter 18: Process Scheduling: Long, Medium, Short Term Scheduler
What is Process Scheduling?
Process Scheduling Queues
Two State Process Model
Scheduling Objectives
Type of Process Schedulers
Long Term Scheduler
Medium Term Scheduler
Short Term Scheduler
Difference between Schedulers
What is Context switch?
Chapter 19: Priority Scheduling Algorithm: Preemptive, Non-Preemptive EXAMPLE
What is Priority Scheduling?
Types of Priority Scheduling
Characteristics of Priority Scheduling
Example of Priority Scheduling
Advantages of priority scheduling
Disadvantages of priority scheduling
Chapter 20: Memory Management in OS: Contiguous, Swapping, Fragmentation
What is Memory Management?
Why Use Memory Management?
Memory Management Techniques
What is Swapping?
What is Memory allocation?
Partition Allocation
What is Paging?
What is Fragmentation?
What is Segmentation?
What is Dynamic Loading?
What is Dynamic Linking?
Difference Between Static and Dynamic Loading
Difference Between Static and Dynamic Linking
Chapter 21: Shortest Job First (SJF): Preemptive, Non-Preemptive Example
What is Shortest Job First Scheduling?
Characteristics of SJF Scheduling
Non-Preemptive SJF
Preemptive SJF
Advantages of SJF
Disadvantages/Cons of SJF
Chapter 22: Virtual Memory in OS: What is, Demand Paging, Advantages
What is Virtual Memory?
Why Need Virtual Memory?
How Virtual Memory Works?
What is Demand Paging?
Types of Page Replacement Methods
FIFO Page Replacement
Optimal Algorithm
LRU Page Replacement
Advantages of Virtual Memory
Disadvantages of Virtual Memory
Chapter 23: Banker’s Algorithm in Operating System [Example]
What is Banker’s Algorithm?
Banker’s Algorithm Notations
Example of Banker’s algorithm
Characteristics of Banker’s Algorithm
Disadvantage of Banker’s algorithm
Available since: 07/19/2022.
Print length: 480 pages.

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