Symmetric multiprocessing in Solaris 2.0

@article{Kleiman1992SymmetricMI,
  title={Symmetric multiprocessing in Solaris 2.0},
  author={Steve R. Kleiman and Jim Voll and Joseph R. Eykholt and Anil Shivalingiah and Douglas H. Williams and M. Smith and Steve Barton and Gregg Skinner},
  journal={Digest of Papers COMPCON Spring 1992},
  year={1992},
  pages={181-186}
}
SunOS 5.0 is the operating system component of the Solaris 2.0 environment. SunOS 5.0 is a dynamically loaded, fully preemptable, real-time, symmetric multiprocessing kernel that supports multiple threads of control within a single application process. The kernel not only runs equally on all processors within a tightly coupled shared memory multiprocessor, but also it has sufficient locking so that kernel processing can efficiently utilize multiple processors. The authors describe the overall… CONTINUE READING
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