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2 applicatieprogramma directe hardware aansturing BIOS call MS-DOS BIOS system call HARDWARE Figuur 17.1 Een user-process kan in principe overal bijkomen

3 TURBO PASCAL COMMAND.COM C:>TP DOS-SHELL C:>EXIT PSP stub stub PSP PSP COMMAND.COM COMMAND.COM COMMAND.COM PSP PSP PSP MS-DOS MS-DOS MS-DOS IRQ-vectors IRQ-vectors IRQ-Vectors a b c Figuur 17.2 Geheugengebruik onder MS-DOS 120mm

4 } } } FAT directory entry disk size EOF EOF 14 6 FREE 8 FREE BAD EOF FREE FREE file 1 filenaam.txt file 2 file 3 f i le n aa mt xt filenaam attributes extensie gereserveerd tijd startblok } } datum grootte Figuur 17.3 FAT met drie files

5 OS/2 process OS/2 subsystem posix process posix subsystem Win32 process U S E R I/O manager object manager security manager process manager kernel local procedure call (LPC) hardware abstraction layer (HAL) virtual memory manager window manager graphic device drivers K E R N E L Figuur 17.4 Windows NT

6 Priority level Running Ready to run High Thread Thread Thread Thread Thread Normal Low Figuur 17.5 Thread scheduling bij NT

7 NT-WORKSTATIONS Figuur 17.6 Peer-to-peer netwerk

8 NT-SERVERS NT-WORKSTATIONS BDC PDC MEMBER-SERVER Figuur 17.7 NT-domain configuratie

9 AAA.com abc.aaa.com defgh.aaa.com ij.aaa.com yxz.ij.aaa.com uvw.ij.aaa.com Figuur 17.8 Tree van domains

10 AAA.com BBB.com abc.aaa.com Figuur 17.9 Forest van domains

11 BBB.com Figuur OU s binnen een domain

12 X-applicatie X-toolkit Xt intrinsics X C L I E N T Xlib X-protocol network (TCP/IP) X-protocol X-server hardware interface layer X S E R V E R Figuur De lagen in het X-Window-systeem (X-Windows)

13 X-Applications Applications X-window system process management memory management filesystems device control networking Hardware dependent code memory manager filesystem types character devices network subsystem block devices character dev. drivers network drivers Hardware Figuur Linux

14 Linux-applicaties Linux-kernel IRQ patch RT task RT task RT task Realtime microkernel Figuur Realtime Linux-systeemopbouw

15 Client System using server at :80 eth eth eth0: eth Active Node http on port 80 Inactive Node monitoring :80 Figuur Componenten van een fos

16 INTERNET eth0 Virtual Server IP Public Network eth0 Primary Router Node Backup Router Node LVS Routers eth1 Private Network eth1 eth0 eth0 eth0 http / ftp node #1 http / ftp node #2 http / ftp node #n Figuur Opbouw van een lvs

17 Process A Process B Process C IPC Network interface Interrupt redirector Scheduler Hardware interrupts Figuur QNX overzicht

18 Process Manager Filesystem Manager Microkernel Device Manager Network Manager Figuur QNX managers

19 Real-Time Embedded Application Graphics Multiprocessing Support Internet Support Java Support POSIX Library File Systems WindNet Networking Core OS Microkernel Figuur VxWorks overzicht

20 C source C compiler machinecode Compileren Uitvoeren Operating system Hardware Figuur Van sourcecode naar machinecode in C

21 Java source Java compiler byte code Compileren Interpreteren JVM Operating system Hardware Figuur De positie van de Java Virtuele Machine

22 discover UDDI Registry WSDL WSDL WSDL publish Webservice client Webservice implement Application Webservice client SOAP client API invoke HTTP server Webservice implement Webservice client SOAP server Webservice implement Consumer Producer Figuur Basiscomponenten van webservices

23 XML Web Services ASP.NET Web Forms Windows Forms Data and XML Classes Base Framework Classes Common Language Runtime Figuur NET framework

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