Interprocess Communications in Linux explains exactly how to use Linux processes and interprocess communications to build robust, high-performance systems. Coverage includes: named/unnamed pipes, message queues, semaphores, shared memory, RPC and the rpcgen compiler, sockets-based communication, the /proc file system, LinuxThreads POSIX support, multithreading, and much more. Includes detailed exercises, plus dozens of downloadable program examples compiled with GNU C/C++ 2.96 a 3.2 and tested with Red Hat Linux 7.3 a 8.0.Other than standard C comments, rpcgen will attempt to inteqjret all of the lines in the protocol defmition file. How do you notify rpcgen that you would like to have a statement passed on without having it interpreted? Hint: Read the manualanbsp;...
|Title||:||Interprocess Communications in Linux|
|Author||:||John Shapley Gray|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall Professional - 2003|