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Functional structure of IBM virtual storage operating systems, Part I: Influences of dynamic address translation on operating system technology

M. A. Auslander, J. F. Jaffe
1973 IBM Systems Journal  
Presented are early developments of storage management techniques, particularly those used in OSl360. Innovations intro-1 duced by systems that use dynamic address translation are traced.  ...  The impact of these techniques on current IBM System1 370 Operating Systems is described. During the history of System/360, operating system function has continuously increased.  ...  For, in fact, tlie evolution of the System/370 virtual storage systems is in large part the story of the evolution of storage management technology.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.124.0368 fatcat:cpwfn37gwnhv5iq5f2eakvgozq

Contents of Volume 12, 1973

1973 IBM Systems Journal  
Wagner Functional structure of IBM virtual storage operating systems Part I Influences of dynamic address translation on operating system technology M. A. Auslander and J. F.  ...  Aiso Number Three User program performance in virtual storage systems J. E. Morrison An interactive graphics system for analysis of business decisions J. Ravin and M.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.124.0416 fatcat:2azjq37eczc4pcphcm73w3nrwa

Turning points in systems architecture

A. G. Ganek, E. H. Sussenguth
1999 IBM Systems Journal  
Marc Auslander and Joan Jaffe in the paper "Influences of Dynamic Address Translation on Operating System Technology," reprinted here, discuss the concepts of virtual storage as understood and implemented  ...  The details are not, and the referenced paper provides an excellent tutorial on virtual storage, dynamic address translation, paging, the history, and implementation.  ...  He was the recipient of IBM Outstanding Innovation Awards for his work on Enterprise Systems Architecture/370 and System/390 Parallel Sysplex Design.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.382.0335 fatcat:ldcu6dmos5ak3krkw4o5wtphgm

Contents of Volume 38, 1999

1999 IBM Systems Journal  
Sussenguth (G321-5701) Functional structure of IBM virtual storage operating systems, Part I: Influences of dynamic address translation on operating system technology 340 M. A. Auslander and J. F.  ...  Snir, from 1995 Turning points in information technology 449 I. Turning points in systems architecture 335 A. G. Ganek and E. H.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.384.0697 fatcat:3ovhru5vj5aaparpu2awkaua4m

Hardware Developments I - A Survey Of State-Of-The-Art Hardware And Software

Daniel Borgis, Liang Liang, Leon Petit, Michael Lysaght, Alan O'Cais
2016 Zenodo  
Review of actual hardware and software solutions and recommendations to software vendors  ...  For parallel I/O, SuperMUC provides 10 PByte of storage with the GPFS file system from IBM.  ...  Combined with the system-wide virtual address space, page faulting provides several benefits.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.929532 fatcat:cpuc7mplurcqtkunarlbitvdqu

RISC I

David A. Patterson, Carlo H. Sequin
1998 25 years of the international symposia on Computer architecture (selected papers) - ISCA '98  
The simplicity of the instruction set and addressing modes allows most Instructions to execute in a single machine cycle, and the srmplicity of each instruction guarantees a short cycle time.  ...  This paper presents the architecture of RISC I and its novel hardware support scheme for procedure call/return.  ...  The contributions of the following penons were important to RISC: C statistics by E.  ... 
doi:10.1145/285930.285981 dblp:conf/isca/PattersonS98a fatcat:zt4t2qeaybgbnlmhsemzxc345i

Application System/400 performance characteristics

B. E. Clark, M. J. Corrigan
1989 IBM Systems Journal  
With the single-level addressing structure of the AS/400, main storage can be thought of as a cache for IBM SYSTEMS JOURNAL, VOL 28, NO 3, 1989 virtual storage.  ...  The cpu addressing hardware translates the virtual address of an object into the corresponding main storage address. Auxiliary storage management.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.283.0407 fatcat:uqvov3nrlnhb7lmh5jx4exv5b4

Software defined just-in-time caching in an enterprise storage system

S. Seshadri, P. H. Muench, L. Chiu, I. Koltsidas, N. Ioannou, R. Haas, Y. Liu, M. Mei, S. Blinick
2014 IBM Journal of Research and Development  
The SDCC framework allows applications to actively influence the data layout while also benefitting from the system-wide knowledge and resource management capabilities of the storage system.  ...  A software defined storage environment is one in which logical storage resources and services are completely abstracted from physical storage systems.  ...  In terms of implementation, at the storage node, the SDCC server component is part of the volume virtualization and automated tiering component.  ... 
doi:10.1147/jrd.2014.2303595 fatcat:zzlq4keeobbylg2wtm5vkjoqwi

The locality principle

Peter J. Denning
2005 Communications of the ACM  
Their "one-level storage system" (later called virtual memory) was part of the second-generation Atlas operating system in 1959 [5] . It simulated a large main memory within a small real one.  ...  The Atlas system designers had to resolve two performance problems, either one of which could sink the system: translating addresses to locations; and replacing loaded pages.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1070838.1070856 fatcat:dt5npip6znahpkok6vp6dxibwi

Development and attributes of z/Architecture

K. E. Plambeck, W. Eckert, R. R. Rogers, C. F. Webb
2002 IBM Journal of Research and Development  
Acknowledgments The development of z/Architecture benefited from the contributions of many individuals throughout IBM.  ...  Hashing vs. dynamic address translation Since z/Architecture supports 64-bit virtual addressing, it must provide for the translation of 64-bit virtual addresses to real-storage addresses.  ...  The virtual storage was mapped to real storage (a synonym for main storage, except for the effects of prefixing, as described below) by means of dynamic address translation (DAT).  ... 
doi:10.1147/rd.464.0367 fatcat:7svm5i3mkzc3hctr4za3zkud5e

Five-year author index

1974 IBM Systems Journal  
Jaffe, Functional structure of IBM virtual storage operating systems, Part I, Influences of dynamic address translation on op- erating system technology, 12, 4, 368 (1973). BAILY, J. H., J. A.  ...  ., Functional structure of IBM virtual storage operating systems, Part III, Architecture and design of DOS/VS, 12, 4, 401 (1973). BLACK, B. C., and D. C.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.134.0354 fatcat:3mc6q544h5aybbuuoundrkggq4

Five-year author index

1973 IBM Systems Journal  
Jaffe, Functional structure of IBM virtual storage operating systems, Part I, Influences of dynamic address translation on operating system technology, 12, 4, 368 (1973). BAKER, F.  ...  ., Functional structure of IBM virtual storage operating systems, Part III, Architecture and design of DOS/VS, 12, 4, 401 (1973). BLACK, B. C., and D. C.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.124.0417 fatcat:cwrqfvyqrfg4bc2fgvz6il6r2a

A Conceptual Framework for Computer Architecture

S. S. Reddi, E. A. Feustel
1976 ACM Computing Surveys  
Address Address 20 bits Smgle Address ] Program couple control word (PCW) Address J Return control couple word (RCW) Indirect Address J reference * S. S. Reddi and E. A. Feustel  ...  ; control and flow of information; and representation, interpretation and transformation of information.  ...  As an example the IBM's VM/370 offers the user a virtual IBM 370 system on which he can run any system/370 or system/360 operating system.  ... 
doi:10.1145/356669.356673 fatcat:4q4ylloywfdlbkqi63km5ml5ba

Readings in microprogramming

P. M. Davies
1972 IBM Systems Journal  
Examples include the table searches and manipulations typical of many operating system and language translation tasks, and computations upon string, vector, and array structured data.  ...  A fairly detailed explanation of the IBM System/360 Model 50 control word organization and functions.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.111.0016 fatcat:h2ezgbrn4ze6vgn6pwldqg7ham

System overview of the Application System/ 400

D. L. Schleicher, R. L. Taylor
1989 IBM Systems Journal  
The system employs an inverted storage directory; i.e., the page table contains virtual addresses rather IBM SYSTEMS JOURNAL, VOL 28, NO 3, 1989 than real addresses.  ...  Two of these units support main storage control, one performs virtual address trans- lation, and three contain arithmetic logic unit (ALU) operations supporting computational and control operations.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.1989.5387577 fatcat:zmiaz53icbbcnjgvdesc5cnksq
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