Susan J. LoVerso

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This thesis describes research in the design and implementation of multiprocessor resource management and related areas. Application requirements motivated the major research areas, processor scheduling and non-uniform memory management, as these areas contain the most important problems raised by the changing design and use of multiprocessors. A variety of(More)
This paper describes the creation of a Unix-compatible le system with highly scalable performance and size. The le system is on the CM-5 backed by a scalable array of disks. Using the Unix le system UFS from the SunOS 4.1.2 kernel as a base and modifying it to support Connection Machine CM operations, we h a ve created a new le system, the scalable le(More)
Sleepycat Software develops and supports the Open Source software product Berkeley DB, the most widely deployed embedded database software in the world. Berkeley DB originated at the University of California, Berkeley, and in this paper, we discuss the differences between research software and a quality commercial product. Over the past years we have(More)
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