Self-Monitoring and Self-Adapting Operating Systems

@inproceedings{Seltzer1997SelfMonitoringAS,
  title={Self-Monitoring and Self-Adapting Operating Systems},
  author={Margo Seltzer and Christopher Small},
  year={1997}
}
Extensible operating systems allow applications to modify kernel behavior by providing mechanisms for application code to run in the kernel address space. Exten-sibility enables a system to efficiently support a broader class of applications than is currently supported. This paper discusses the key challenge in making extensible systems practical: determining which parts of the system need to be extended and how. The determination of which parts of the system need to be extended requires self… CONTINUE READING
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