NAMER: A Distributed name server for a connected UNIX Environment

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dc.contributor.advisor Lutz, Peter
dc.contributor.advisor Heliotis, James
dc.contributor.advisor Anderson, Peter Tatakis, Thomas 2009-08-26T18:54:55Z 2009-08-26T18:54:55Z 1988
dc.description.abstract A naming or identification scheme is crucial to the design of any computer system. One must be able to access and perform operations on resources and data in order to complete a given task. In a distributed system the problem is compounded by the geographical separation of resources. Moreover, the underlying network of computers should be transparent to the users. A user should simply be able to request that an operation be performed and the system should locate the necessary resources. This function of locating a named resource is performed by a special service called a name service. This thesis investigates and develops a name service that provides such capability.
dc.language.iso en_US
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dc.subject Computer network design en_US
dc.subject Name server en_US
dc.subject.lcc QA76.9.D5 T378 1988
dc.subject.lcsh Electronic data processing--Distributed processing
dc.subject.lcsh Computer networks
dc.title NAMER: A Distributed name server for a connected UNIX Environment
dc.type Thesis B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences
dc.description.department Department of Computer Science
dc.subject.lcnaf UNIX System V (Computer file) en_US

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