Disco: Running Commodity Operating Systems on Scalable Multiprocessors. Edouard Bugnion, Scott Devine, Mendel Rosenblum,. Stanford University, Approach Run multiple operating systems on a single scalable multiprocessor – With virtualization, possible to run multiple OS on a uniprocessor Insert an. Disco: Running Commodity Operating Systems On Scalable Multiprocessors. Bugnion, Devine, Rosenblum (). What kind of paper? New application of old .

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Slide 29 Scalability Page movement and replication were debilitated for these runs. Disco’s interface is as follows: This led to a full bit recompile however. Disco just quits planning the VM until something fascinating happens. Slide 25 Experimental Results Bad Idea: Working Frameworks Working Frameworks. Rewrite the working framework to address adaptation to internal failure and versatility. Since tablets are versatile electronic gadgets, they are more vulnerable to Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es.

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This allows commodity Operating systems to run on new hardware architectures with little for example, changes to HAL or no changes to OS and no changes to the applications. Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. OS or application crashes?


Disco: Running Commodity Operating Systems On Scalable Multiprocessors

It provides a layer of abstraction between OS and hardware. Would you also like to submit a review for this item? What about Virtual Machine Monitors? Exchanges are proficient by overhauling pointers instead of really duplicating information until totally essential. Our experience shows the use of a VMM allows us to obtain most of the benefits of operating systems customized for scalable multiprocessors at a fraction of the implementation cost.

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Disco provides an abstraction of main memory residing in a contiguous physical address space. Exceptional interfaces for system and circles. The OS makes solicitations to physical addresses, and Disco makes an interpretation of them to machine addresses. Slide 4 Potential Solution: Cruse University of San Francisco.

You may have already requested this item. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Thus, we should utilize duplicate on-compose for our system interface as well! Not So Good Okay. Scalability Very basic changes to the item OS perhaps on the driver level or bit expansion can permit virtual machines to share assets. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.

Another curve on an old thought, which may work better now that we have speedier processors. Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. We present the optimizations that allow virtual machines to efficiently communicate and transparently share resources such as the global buffer cache.


Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Scalable shared-memory multiprocessors have moved from the research lab to the marketplace, with most multiprocessor computer vendors working on these machines. Commodkty else do we have? Our approach builds the system software of these machines in a less resource-intensive way. Your rating has been recorded. With the blast of multiprocessor machinesddisco of the NUMA assortment, the issue of viably utilizing the machines turns out to be more immediate.

Unfortunately, adapting the system software to these machines has proven to be a particularly challenging problem. Consider the possibility that the asset needs surpass that of the ware OS. Rather than extensively modifying the OS, we bring back an idea popular in the s, virtual machine monitors VMM.

Slide 27 Simplest Results Graph Overhead of Disco is truly unobtrusive contrasted with the uniprocessor comes about. You already recently rated this item.

Consider having 6 duplicates of Vista in memory at the same time. The 60’s and 70’s!