12/16: Solutions to the old final here.
12/16: EXAM TOMORROW HELD IN 1295 GRAINGER at 10AM.
12/16: Virtual machine notes available here.
12/15: Exam review tonight at 7pm in 1221.
12/15: Google notes available here.
12/14: AFS and LFS notes available here.
12/14: I found one more old exam.
12/4: No discussion today. I will hold office hours both at the normal
time and during discussion though.
11/30: Midterm solutions are finally available.
11/25: P6. Last one!
11/24: RAID notes available here. Related: Sounds of disks failing.
11/18: NFS notes available here. Enjoy!
11/13: No discussion today. Instedad, office hours.
11/10: A fun book about semaphores. Enjoy it! (or not).
11/05: P5 is now available.
10/27: No class tomorrow! (10/28) Reason? OS Fatigue.
10/22: P4 is now available.
10/19: A couple of solution guides: here and here
10/16: Review session: SUNDAY at 6pm in 1325 CS.
10/14: Practice exams: 1
Of course, some questions are not apropos (i.e., we haven't
covered threads or synchronization yet).
10/12: Some tips on P3 pointers from Haryadi. Read it!
10/9: News on P2 and regrading it here.
10/7: A hard disk drive in action (see video)
10/3: P3 is now available here.
9/30: P2 deadline has been extended to Thursday 10/2 by 9pm.
9/29: A note on Academic Misconduct. Please read!
9/23: No extra discussion today.
9/19: New discussion videos available here. Note: I added a few extra videos to wrap-up the discussion, as well as to discuss dup2().
9/18: The P1 grade distribution is now available here.
9/16: Alas, Project 2 is now available.
9/16: No extra discussion class today. See you in lecture!
9/12: Video from yesterday's discussion here.
9/10: A few sample inputs are available here. Read the
README for details.
9/9: Check out the discussion page for
screencasts of what happened in discussion. Enjoy!
9/8: Class has been moved. Lectures in 1325 Computer Sciences, and
discussions in 2317 Engineering.
9/8: Some lecture notes are now available in the schedule to the
right. They are just my handwritten notes on what to talk about.
Notes from Discussion (brought to you by H. Gunawi). Coming soon: Lecture
9/2: Project 1 is now available.
For the first day of class, your task is to show up. It gets harder