Documents the user visible architecture of the Mach 3.0 kernel. It is currently the best detailed introductio\ n to the basic Mach concepts: tasks, threads, ports, messages, memory objects, virtual address spaces, processors, hosts and devices. (52 pages)
Describes each of the Mach 3.0 kernel primitives in isolation. The format is that of a man page per kernel call. All introductory material is in "Mach 3 Kernel Principles". (355 pages).
Documents the major user level tools for writers of Mach servers: MIG and CThreads. Contains descriptive material and examples. Similar to the Mach 2.5 documents, "MIG - The MACH Interface Generator", Draves, et.al. and "C Threads", Cooper, Draves, but updated to reflect the changes for Mach 3.0 (44 pages)
Describes each of the CThreads primitives in isolation. Introductory material is all in the "Server Writer's Guide". (52 pages)
A short introduction to Mach-US. Current status included.
This paper examines the Mach-US operation system, and supplies an analysis of the OS architectural research issues addressed by its implementation.
This paper describes requirements placed upon client-server interaction in a multi-server operating system and how to answer those requirements. Addressed are the problems of binding maintenance in the face of: remote method invocation, forking, binding transfer, authentication, asynchronous interruption, and client crashes.
General overview of the Mach-US: system, design, and perspective.
Informal technical overview. More technical than the Generalized Emulation Services paper.
A paper about the C++ package for dynamic (and remote) object invocations.
Another paper about the C++ object invocation package.
A paper the describes the naming subsystem.
Reference manual for the C++ package for dynamic (and remote) object invocations.
Installation guide for the Mach multiserver.
Slides from Dan Julin's Mach Internals Talk on the Multiserver given on April 9, 1992.
Slides from Jay Lepreau and John Carter's Mach Internals Talk on the Mach 4.
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