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SubjectRe: Getting FS access events


On 15 May 2001, Lars Brinkhoff wrote:

> Alan Cox <alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk> writes:
> > > Larry, go read up on TOPS-20. :-) SunOS did give unix mmap(), but it
> > > did not come up the idea.
> > Seems to be TOPS-10 ....
> > http://www.opost.com/dlm/tenex/fjcc72/
>
> TENEX is not TOPS-10. TOPS-10 didn't get virtual memory until around
> 1974. By then, TENEX had been around for years.
>
> TOPS-20 was developed from TENEX starting around 1973.

... and Multics had all access to files through equivalent of mmap()
in 60s. "Segments" in ls(1) got that name for a good reason.

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