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Korn shell (ksh) Provides enhanced input/output features, including the print and read commands C shell (csh) Offers a command syntax similar to the C programming language An open source, much improved version of the Bourne Again shell (bash) Bourne shell
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UNIX also features a hierarchical file system that makes it easy for you to separate related files logically into directories, which are themselves special files. While MS-DOS and similar operating systems feature a hierarchical file system with simple file access permissions (such as read only), UNIX has a complete user-based file access permission system. Like process management, each file on the system is owned by a specific user, and by default only that user can perform operations on that file. Privileged users can perform all operations on all files on the file system. Interestingly, a special file permission allows unprivileged users to execute certain commands and applications with superuser privileges (such as setuid). The following file system types are supported by the kernel: cachefs hsfs nfs pcfs tmpfs ufs The CacheFS cached file system
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The High Sierra file system The Network File System (NFS) The MS-DOS file system A file system that uses memory The standard UNIX File System (UFS)
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The default local file system type is contained in the /etc/default/fs file, while the default remote file system type is contained in the /etc/default/fstypes file.
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Modern enterprise operating systems like Solaris are able to support multiple users, executing multiple applications concurrently. Users can spawn multiple shells, which
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in turn can execute multiple applications. In addition, Solaris supports lightweight processes such as threads, which allow the traditional concept of multitasking to be generalized to execute multiple threads within a single process. Solaris also supports symmetric multiprocessing, meaning that the physical execution of processes, threads, and user applications may occur on one of many different supported processors. In addition, the computing resources of multiple servers can be requested on demand through the N1 grid computing initiative, allowing a virtualization of the multiprocess, multiuser, multiprocessor scheme. Here, zones are configured as virtual instances that operate within the resource management framework, and form the basic containers for working with N1. More details on zoning can be found at http:// www.blastwave.org/docs/Solaris-10-b51/DMC-0002/dmc-0002.html. All of these functions are targeted at ensuring high availability and scalability of computationally intensive applications.
Client/Server Networks
While PC operating systems were designed in response to the waning of client/server systems, Solaris and other UNIX systems are firmly designed as client/server systems. While a PC is designed to run many high-powered applications using the local CPU, a client/server network is designed around the concept of multiple thin clients that access data and execute applications on a fat centralized server, or on a number of servers that are dedicated to one particular purpose. For example, a typical Solaris network might consist of hundreds of Sun Ray thin client systems, which are supported on the front line by several E450 departmental servers, as well as a set of rack-mounted 420R systems that run database, Web server, and development systems. The client/server topology is also reflected in the structure of UNIX services: client applications running on client systems are designed to connect through to server applications running on server systems. Sun was instrumental in initiating key distributed computing technologies, such as the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) technology used in the NFS protocol. In addition, the Remote Method Invocation (RMI) technology developed as part of the Java networking and distributed computing APIs allows objects to be passed around the network as seamlessly as RPC.
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