Welcome to the CSE 221 web page. This is the graduate
Operating System class.
Office hours are Wednesdays 1:30pm--2:30pm. As it says on the
handout, you can drop by at other times sans appointments, and I'll
accommodate you if I'm not busy; to be sure, make an appointment.
This web page contains virtual handouts / announcements.
Here's the first handout
[PDF] (with the updated
Due date for survey paper is TBD. The program committee
meeting will be on TBD. You should be in groups of 4, surveying 8
papers in a sub-area in OS. See the
OSSurveyF99 web page for submissions
info, program committee review assignments, etc.
In-Class Discussion Papers
Note: if you don't have the papers, drop by my office (AP&M 5141).
They're in piles outside my door.
Amusing: Operating System Sucks-Rules-O-Meter.
I encourage you to use the zephyr chat service to talk to each other
and discuss OS issues. Try out
on a department Solaris machine. It will run an emacs process which
provides both instructions on using zephyr as well as an emacs-based
zephyr client. Zephyr is a general chat service, so please use the
zephyr instance "os", i.e., make your zephyr prompt look like
(os)<<< Hey, was this Dijkstra guy on drugs?
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