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ADVANCED UNIX PROGRAMMING
Unix Training Overview

In-depth training for software developers on UNIX system programming facilities. Learn how to develop sophisticated multiprocess applications using system calls and library routines

Unix Training Audience

Application developers who will be writing advanced programs on UNIX

Unix Training Prerequisites

Fundamentals of UNIX, C Programming, and Advanced C Programming. Strong C programming skills are required for this course.

Unix Training Course duration

4 Days

Unix Training Course outline

UNIX Standards

  • Brief History of UNIX
  • AT&T and Berkeley UNIX Systems
  • Major Vendors
  • What is a Standard?
  • What is POSIX?
  • Other Industry Specs and Standards
  • Files and Directories
  • The POSIX.1 Basic File Types
  • File Descriptions
  • Keeping Track of Open Files
  • File Table Entries
  • The v-node Structure
  • The fcntl Function
  • File Attributes
  • The access Function
  • Link, unlink, remove, and rename Functions
  • Functions to Manipulate Directories
  • System I/O
  • Standard I/O vs System I/O
  • System I/O Calls
  • File and Record Locking
  • Processes
  • What is a Process?
  • Process Creation and Termination
  • Process Memory Layout
  • Dynamic Memory Allocation
  • Accessing Environment Variables
  • Real and Effective User IDs
  • Process Management
  • Programs versus Processes
  • The fork() System Function
  • Parent and Child
  • The exec System Function
  • Current Image and New Image
  • The wait() and waitpid() Function
  • Interpreter Files and exec
  • Pipes - Basic IPC
  • Interprocess Communication
  • FIFOs
  • More on FIFO's
  • Signals
  • What is a Signal?
  • Types of Signals
  • Signal Action
  • Blocking Signals from Delivery
  • The sigaction() Function
  • Signal Sets and Operations
  • Sending a Signal to Another Process
  • Blocking Signals with sigprocmask()
  • Scheduling and Waiting for Signals
  • Restarting System Calls (SVR4)
  • Signals and Reentrancy
  • Overview of Client/Server Programming
  • Designing Distributed Application
  • Clients and Servers
  • Ports and Services
  • Server Types
  • Stateless vs. Stateful Servers
  • Concurrency Issues
  • The Berkeley Sockets API
  • Berkeley Sockets
  • Data Structures of the Sockets API
  • Socket System Calls
  • Generic Client/Server Models
  • Sample Socket-based Client
  • Algorithms and Issues in Client Design
  • Algorithms Instead of Details
  • Client Architecture
  • Sockets Utility Functions
  • TCP Client Algorithm
  • TCP Client Implementation
  • UDP Client Algorithm
  • UDP Client Implementation
  • Server Design
  • Iterative Servers
  • Concurrent Servers
  • Performance Consideration
  • An Iterative Server Design
  • A Concurrent Server Design
  • System V Interprocess Communication
  • System V IPC
  • The Three System V IPC Facilities
  • Common Operation - Get (IPCget)
  • Common Operation - Control (IPCctl)
  • Calls to Operate on the Facilities
  • Commonalities between msg, sem, and shm
  • IPC via Message Queues
  • IPC via Shared Memory Segments
  • Coordinating the Use of Shared Memory
  • Semaphore Sets-semget() and semctl() Calls
  • Semaphore Sets - the semop() calls
  • Shared Memory Coordination Using Semaphores
  • IPC Facility Handling ipcs and ipcrm
  • Date and Time Functions
  • Time Representations
  • Decoding Calendar Time
  • Shorthand Functions - asctime(), ctime()
  • Formatting Calendar Time Shared
  • Process Times
  • The Difference Between clock() and times()
  • Berkeley High resolution Timers
  • Standard I/O
  • I/O Calls to manipulate streams
  • I/O Calls which perform character I/O
  • I/O Calls which perform string I/O
  • I/O Calls which perform formatted I/O
  • I/O Calls which perform binary I/O

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