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Interprocess Communications in Linux

Introduction Acknowledgments Chapter 1. Programs and Processes Section 1.1. Introduction Section 1.2. Library Functions Section 1.3. System Calls Section 1.4. Linking Object Code Section 1.5. Managing Failures Section 1.6. Executable File Format Section 1.7. System Memory Section 1.8. Process Memory Section 1.9. The u Area Section 1.10. Process Memory Addresses Section 1.11. Creating a Process Secti on 1.12. Summary Section 1.13. Key Terms and Concepts Chapter 2. Processing Environment Section 2.1. Introduction Section 2.2. Process ID Section 2.3. Parent Process ID Section 2.4. Process Group ID Section 2.5. Permissions Section 2.6. Real and Effective User and Group IDs Section 2.7. File System Information Section 2.8. File Information Section 2.9. Process Resource Limits Section 2.10. Signaling Processes Section 2.11. Command-Line Values Section 2.12. Environment Variables Section 2.13. The /proc Filesystem Section 2.14. Summary Section 2.15. Key Terms and Concepts Chapter 3. Using Processes Section 3.1. Introduction Section 3.2. The fork System Call Revisited Section 3.3. exec's Minions Section 3.4. Using fork and exec Together Section 3.5. Ending a Process Section 3.6. Waiting on Processes Section 3.7. Summary Section 3.8. Key Terms and Concepts Chapter 4. Primitive Communications Section 4.1. Introduction Section 4.2. Lock Files Section 4.3. Locking Files Section 4.4. More About Signals Section 4.5. Signal and Signal Management Calls Section 4.6. Summary Section 4.7. Key Terms and Concepts Chapter 5. Pipes Section 5.1. Introduction Section 5.2. Unnamed Pipes Section 5.3. Named Pipes Section 5.4. Summary Section 5.5. Key Terms and Concepts Chapter 6. Message Queues Section 6.1. Introduction Section 6.2. IPC System Calls: A Synopsis Section 6.3. Creating a Message Queue Section 6.4. Message Queue Control Section 6.5. Message Queue Operations Section 6.6. A Client朣erver Message Queue Example Section 6.7. Message Queue Class Section 6.8. Summary Section 6.9. Key Terms and Concepts Chapter 7. Semaphores Section 7.1. Introduction Section 7.2. Creating and Accessing Semaphore Sets Section 7.3. Semaphore Control Section 7.4. Semaphore Operations Section 7.5. Semaphore Class Section 7.6. Summary Section 7.7. Key Terms and Concepts Chapter 8. Shared Memory Section 8.1. Introduction Section 8.2. Creating a Shared Memory Segment Section 8.3. Shared Memory Control Section 8.4. Shared Memory Operations Section 8.5. Using a File as Shared Memory Section 8.6. Shared Memory Class Section 8.7. Summary Section 8.8. Key Terms and Concepts Chapter 9. Remote Procedure Calls Section 9.1. Introduction Section 9.2. Executing Remote Commands at a System Level Section 9.3. Executing Remote Commands in a Program Section 9.4. Transforming a Local Function Call into a Remote Procedure Section 9.5. Debugging RPC Applications Section 9.6. Using RPCGEN to Generate Templates and a MAKEFILE Section 9.7. Encoding and Decoding Arbitrary Data Types Section 9.8. Using Broadcasting to Search for an RPC Service Section 9.9. Summary Section 9.10. Key Terms and Concepts Chapter 10. Sockets Section 10.1. Introduction Section 10.2. Communication Basics Section 10.3. IPC Using Socketpair Section 10.4. Sockets: The Connection-Oriented Paradigm Section 10.5. Sockets: The Connectionless Paradigm Section 10.6. Multiplexing I/O with select Section 10.7. Peeking at Data Section 10.8. Out of Band Messages Section 10.9. Summary Section 10.10. Key Terms and Concepts Chapter 11. Threads Section 11.1. Introduction Section 11.2. Creating a Thread Section 11.3. Exiting a Thread Section 11.4. Basic Thread Management Section 11.5. Thread Attributes Section 11.6. Scheduling Threads Section 11.7. Using Signals in Threads Section 11.8. Thread Synchronization Section 11.9. Thread-Specific Data Section 11.10. Debugging Multithreaded Programs Section 11.11. Summary Section 11.12. Nomenclature and Key Concepts Appendix A. Using Linux Manual Pages Section A.1. Manual Page Sections Section A.2. Manual Page Format Section A.3. Standard Linux System Calls Appendix B. UNIX Error Messages Appendix C. RPC Syntax Diagrams Section C.1. Introduction Section C.2. RPC Definitions Section C.3. RPC Keywords Section C.4. Some RPC Examples Appendix D. Profiling Programs Section D.1. Introduction Section D.2. Sample Program for Profiling Section D.3. Generating Profile Data Section D.4. Viewing and Interpreting Profile Data Appendix E. Bibliography ...展开详情收缩
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