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SubjectRe: Topic for discussion: OS Design
Marty Fouts writes:
> I have had the good fortune of working with one architecture (PA-RISC) which
> gets the separation of addressability and accessability 'right' enough to be
> able to partition efficiently and use ordinary procedure calls (with some
> magic at server boundaries) rather than IPCs. There are others, but PA-RISC
> is the one I am aware of.

Like S/390 secondary address space and cross-address-space services?

--Malcolm

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Malcolm Beattie <mbeattie@sable.ox.ac.uk>
Unix Systems Programmer
Oxford University Computing Services
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