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USENIX Mach Symposium

November 20–22, 1991
Monterey, CA

Cover and Frontmatter

Thursday, November 21

Opening Remarks, 9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.
Alan Langerman, Encore Computer Corporation

Keynote Address
John Ousterhout, University of California, Berkeley

Mach 3.0, 10:30 a.m.–12:00 noon

A Fast Mach Network IPC Implementation
Joseph S. Barrera III, Carnegie Mellon University

Generalized Emulation Services for Mach 3.0—Overview, Experiences and Current Status
Daniel P. Julin, Jonathan J. Chew, and J. Mark Stevenson, Carnegie Mellon University; Paulo Guedes, Paul Neves and Paul Roy, Open Software Foundation Research Institute

DOS as a Mach 3.0 Application
Gerald Malan, Richard Rashid, David Golub, and Robert Baron, Carnegie Mellon University

User Memory Management, 2:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m.

A Causal Distributed Shared Memory Based on External Pagers
Fabienne Boyer, Unité Mixte Bull-IMAG/Systèmes

Supporting Structured Shared Virtual Memory Under Mach
Ray Bryant, Paul Carini, Hung-Yang Chang, and Bryan Rosenburg, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Managing Discardable Pages with an External Pager
Indira Subramanian, Carnegie Mellon University

OSF/1, 4:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m.

OSF/1 Virtual Memory Improvements
David Black, Open Software Foundation Research Institute; Jeff Carter, George Feinberg, Rod MacDonald, Jim Van Sciver and Ping Wang, Open Software Foundation Development; Shashi Mangalat, Encore Computer Corporation; Eric Sheinbrood, Workstation Solutions, Inc.

Parallelizing Signal Handling and Process Management in OSF/1
Don Bolinger and Shashi Mangalat, Encore Computer Corporation

Mach Resource Control in OSF/1
David W. Mitchell, Open Software Foundation Development

Friday, November 22

Mach Interfaces, 9:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m.

Mach Interfaces to Support Guest O.S. Debugging
Rand Hoven, Hewlett-Packard

Kernel Support for Network Protocol Servers
Franklin Reynolds and Jeffrey Heller, Open Software Foundation Research Institute

An I/O System for Mach 3.0
Alessandro Forin, David Golub, and Bryan Bershad, Carnegie Mellon University

Changes to Kernel Memory Management, 11:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Moving the Default Memory Manager Out of the Mach Kernl
David B. Golub and Richard P. Draves, Carnegie Mellon University

User-Level Physical Memory Management for Mach
Stuart Sechrest and Yoonho Park, University of Michigan

Page Replacement and Reference Bit Emulation in Mach
Richard P. Draves, Carnegie Mellon University

Real Time, Reliability, Comparison, 2:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m.

Evaluation of Real-Time Synchronization in Real-Time Mach
Hideyuki Tokuda and Tatsuo Nakajima, Carnegie Mellon University

How to Design Reliable Servers using Fault Tolerant Micro-Kernel Mechanisms
Michel Banâtre and Gilles Muller, IRISA/INRlA; Pack Heng and Bruno Rochat, BULL Research

The FIle System Belongs in the Kernel
Brent Welch, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center

Alternate Paper, 4:00 p.m.–4:20 p.m.

Distributed Trusted Mach Architecture
Edward John Sebes, Trusted Information Systems

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