Implementation of an Adaptive Scheduling Algorithm for the MUNIX Operating System
Joy, Ronald Edward
Barksdale, Gerald L. Jr.
Allen, Belton E.
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The design, implementation, and evaluation of an adaptive scheduling algorithm for the M U N I X operating system is reported here. MUNIX, a multiprocessing version of UNIX, was designed to run on a dual PDF 11/45 multiprocessor system. topics covered include: a survey of adaptive scheduling, laboratory equipment configuration, scheduling with MUNIX, benchmark testing, and non-adaptive scheduling changes. Conclusions and suggestions for possible improvements are also included.
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