The Linux Process Manager is a line-by-line explanation of the subset of the Linux source code kernel which deals with process management, covering: process creation, scheduling and termination; synchronisation, including locksand semaphores; interrupts (hardware and software); signal handling. Complete in every way, this book describes every function and macro. All data structures used by the process manager are dealt with and their role in the overall picture explained along with the accompanying raw code. This indispensable guide to the kernel subset is aimed at readers with some previous knowledge of operating system structure and terminology, as well as a minimum knowledge of the C programming language. The comprehensive index which lists every identifier, makes in-depth information instantly available to programmers, software engineers, system administrators and anyone who wants to modify the kernel, or wants to know about the...

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