Operating Systems - Structure

Below are some notes on Operating Systems Structure from the book Modern Operating Systems. Different approaches suit different intended usages, below is a list of the most common structures and their explanation. Monolithic systems Layered systems Microkernels Client-server systems Virtual Machines Exokernels Monolithic Systems The entire OS runs as a single program in Kernel Mode. There is no privacy, as every procedure is visible to every other procedure.
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