DISTRIBUTED OPERATING SYSTEMS Syllabus of Jntu II year MCA IV semester




JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
HYDERABAD
II Year MCA IV Semester
DISTRIBUTED OPERATING SYSTEMS
(Elective – II)
UNIT-I
Introduction to Distributed Systems:
Distributed systems : Goals Hardware Concepts Software - design
UNIT-II
Communication distributed systems:
Layered Protocol: ATM Networks client server model - remote procedure call - group
communication.
UNIT-III
Synchronization:
Clock synchronization - mutual exclusion - election atomic transactions - dead locks.
UNIT-IV
Process and Processors:
Threads - System models processor allocation - scheduling fault tolerance - real time
distributed systems.
UNIT-V
Distributed file systems:
File system design and implementation - trends in distributed file systems.
UNIT-VI
Shared Memory:
Introduction - bus based multi processors ring based multiprocessors switched
multiprocessors - NUMA comparison of shared memory systems -
UNIT-VII
consistency models - page based distributed shared memory - shared variable distributed
shared memory - object based distributed shared memory.
UNIT-VIII
Case studies : MACH and CHORUS
Text Book:
1. Andrew S.Tanenbaum: Distributed Operating System, Prentice Hall International Inc.
1995.


Reference: http://www.gmrit.org/resources/syllabus_mca.pdf


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