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Collected VOS Corner Articles
March 1994 to September 2005

Paul Green

Senior Technical Consultant

Stratus Technologies, Inc.

111 Powdermill Road

Maynard, MA 01754

USA

E-mail: Paul.Green@stratus.com

Voice: +1 (978) 461-7557

FAX: +1 (978) 461-3610

©1994-2005, Stratus Technologies Bermuda, Ltd.

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Table of Contents


Stratus on Usenet 1

VOS and FTX 1

HP RISC Project Status 2

Porting to RISC 3

Compiler Optimizations and RISC 3

Machine-Independent Optimizations 4

Machine-Dependent Optimizations 5

Stratus on Usenet 6

HP PA-RISC Project Update 6

VOS Disk Cache Size 6

VOS Hangs and Mini-Hangs 7

HP PA-RISC Project Update 9

How to Influence Stratus 9

HP PA-RISC Project Update 12

What Is the System Doing? 12

Why Do Transactions Abort? 13

Anonymous File Server 14

Stratus and the World Wide Web 14

New analyze_system Lock Summary Request 14

Memory Capacity, Motorola-Architecture Machines 14

Request for input regarding desired security services 15

New analyze_system request: "walk" 16

New s$control option writes out modified file blocks immediately. 16

VOS Compiler Options 18

1. SYMBOL TABLES 18

1.1. Full symbol table 18

1.2. Production symbol table 18

1.3. Default symbol table 19

2. CODE OPTIMIZATION 19

2.1. No optimization 19

2.2. Local optimization 19

2.3. Loop Optimization and Register Allocation 19

2.4. Global optimization 20

2.5. 68K full global optimization 20

3. INTERACTION BETWEEN DEBUGGER AND OPTIMIZER 21

3.1. Full Debugger Support 21

3.2. Partial Debugger Support 21

3.3. No Debugger Support 22

3.4. Futures 22

Deeper Directories 23

Cross Compilers for Continuum 23

Improved Ethernet Support 23

Data Alignment Faults 23

Year 2000 25

Misusing File Indexes 25

Easy Performance Boost 25

Cool VOS features 26

Year 2000 Certification 26

Pre-production Testing 26

Which release should I run? 27

Locating Files on the Stratus FTP Server 28

Using the compiler profile option to measure test coverage 30

Testing hard-to-reach code 31

More about Code Coverage 32

Upcoming Conference Participation 32

Page Zero Access 32

Year 2000 Update 32

Finding Undefined Variables 33

Year 2000 Certification 34

VOS Release Compatibility Conventions 34

Opening up VOS 36

Year 2000 Update 37

Mailing List Change 37

Compiling for the 7100 and 8000 38

Avoiding Trouble from Looping Programs 38

Year 2000 Update 38

Support for the new “euro” Currency Symbol 40

Open Source License Software and VOS 40

Year 2000 Update 40

Opening Up VOS 41

VOS Release 13.4.0 41

VOS Release 13.5.0 41

Year 2000 Readiness Disclosure 41

VOS Disk Metering 43

Using 2 Gigabytes of Virtual Memory 45

VOS Release 14.2.0 45

Year 2000 Readiness Disclosure 46

Raising VOS Limits in VOS 14.3.0 46

Apache and SAMBA 46

Gigabit Ethernet 47

Supporting Open Source Products 47

What is on the VOS anonymous FTP Site? 49

Cache Manager Improvements in VOS 14.2.2 and 14.3.0 51

OpenVOS and You 52

Placing User Messages in the Syserr Log 52

Perl for VOS 54

OpenSSL for VOS 56

ftServer V Series Systems: How High-Volume VOS applications can Grow to New Levels of Performance and Capacity 57

Avoiding Disk Fragmentation When Using Extent Files 58

ftServer V Series Performance 59

Extended Sequential Files 59

OpenSSL and OpenSSH for VOS 61

Back Issues of VOS Corner 61

VOS Corner

Paul Green

March 1994 (Written February 10, 1994)
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