Inside the Mac OS X Kernel
Debunking Mac OS Myths
Veröffentlicht am: 13.01.2008, 00:00 Uhr
Präsentation vom: 28.12.2007, 21:45 Uhr
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Abstract: Many buzzwords are associated with Mac OS X: Mach kernel, microkernel, FreeBSD kernel, C++, 64 bit, UNIX... and while all of these apply in some way, "XNU", the Mac OS X kernel is neither Mach, nor FreeBSD-based, it's not a microkernel, it's not written in C++ and it's not 64 bit - but it is UNIX... but just since recently. This talk intends to clear up the confusion by presenting details of the Mac OS X kernel architecture, its components Mach, BSD and I/O-Kit, what's so different and special about this design, and what the special strengths of it are.
Room: Saal 2