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== Section 11.1 File Systems ===
This page gives all basic information of Disk Scheduling. added 04-03-15 Leon Ngo
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'''File Organization and Pathing''': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpDRg--OuFA
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=== Test and Binary Files ===
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This video overviews the topic of file organization and pathing, meaning it glosses over how different data files are kept and filtered throughout the operation system, as well as the different ways of pathing a user can use in order to find those files in that given system.
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=== File Types ===
  
'''Logan Martinez'''
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=== File Access ===
  
===DISK SCHEDULING===
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=== File Protection ===
  
http://www.cs.iit.edu/~cs561/cs450/disksched/disksched.html
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== Section 11.2 Directories ==
  
This website has more in depth descriptions for each type of algorithm. It also has better examples for each algorithm. Each example uses a number line and lines underneath to show how each algorithm is performed.  
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File Organization and Pathing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpDRg--OuFA 4/5/15 Uploaded on: 2/5/12 This video overviews the topic of file organization and pathing, meaning it glosses over how different data files are kept and filtered throughout the operation system, as well as the different ways of pathing a user can use in order to find those files in that given system. Logan Martinez
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Zachary Brogna
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'''Disk Scheduling'''
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Windows vs. linux directory structure
http://www.ijcsi.org/papers/IJCSI-11-1-1-74-79.pdf Date Added 11/7/15. Date Created 1/1/14. This link goes over the basics of different algorithms for disk scheduling. The types of algorithms that are talked about in this article are First Come First Served, Shortest Seek Time First, SCAN, C-SCAN, LOOK, and C-LOOK. The paper also gives an example problem with the explanation of each algorithm. ~Caitlyn Lambert-Hutchinson
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http://www.howtogeek.com/137096/6-ways-the-linux-file-system-is-different-from-the-windows-file-system/
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This helped me better understand and learn how to navigate the two major directory/ file systems used.
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Joseph Clark
  
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=== Directory Trees ===
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=== Path Names ===
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== Section 11.3 Disk Scheduling ==
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http://www.cs.iit.edu/~cs561/cs450/disksched/disksched.html This page gives all basic information of Disk Scheduling. added 04-03-15 Leon Ngo
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This website has more in depth descriptions for each type of algorithm. It also has better examples for each algorithm. Each example uses a number line and lines underneath to show how each algorithm is performed. added: 11/6/2015 Zachary Brogna
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http://www.ijcsi.org/papers/IJCSI-11-1-1-74-79.pdf Date Added 11/7/15. Date Created 1/1/14. This link goes over the basics of different algorithms for disk scheduling. The types of algorithms that are talked about in this article are First Come First Served, Shortest Seek Time First, SCAN, C-SCAN, LOOK, and C-LOOK. The paper also gives an example problem with the explanation of each algorithm. ~Caitlyn Lambert-Hutchinson
  
== Disk Scheduling ==
 
 
http://www.ecs.umass.edu/ece/koren/architecture/Disk/help.htm
 
http://www.ecs.umass.edu/ece/koren/architecture/Disk/help.htm
 
This website helped me a lot because in each disk scheduling algorithm it took you step by step and then also a had an entire other simulation page.
 
This website helped me a lot because in each disk scheduling algorithm it took you step by step and then also a had an entire other simulation page.
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~Rebecca Sherr
 
~Rebecca Sherr
  
Windows vs. linux directory structure
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=== First Come, First Served Disk Scheduling ===
http://www.howtogeek.com/137096/6-ways-the-linux-file-system-is-different-from-the-windows-file-system/
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This helped me better understand and learn how to navigate the two major directory/ file systems used.
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Joseph Clark
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=== Shortest-Seek-Time-First Disk Scheduling ===
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=== SCAN Disk Scheduling ===

Revision as of 13:47, 24 March 2016

Section 11.1 File Systems =

Test and Binary Files

File Types

File Access

File Protection

Section 11.2 Directories

File Organization and Pathing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpDRg--OuFA 4/5/15 Uploaded on: 2/5/12 This video overviews the topic of file organization and pathing, meaning it glosses over how different data files are kept and filtered throughout the operation system, as well as the different ways of pathing a user can use in order to find those files in that given system. Logan Martinez

Windows vs. linux directory structure http://www.howtogeek.com/137096/6-ways-the-linux-file-system-is-different-from-the-windows-file-system/ This helped me better understand and learn how to navigate the two major directory/ file systems used. Joseph Clark

Directory Trees

Path Names

Section 11.3 Disk Scheduling

http://www.cs.iit.edu/~cs561/cs450/disksched/disksched.html This page gives all basic information of Disk Scheduling. added 04-03-15 Leon Ngo This website has more in depth descriptions for each type of algorithm. It also has better examples for each algorithm. Each example uses a number line and lines underneath to show how each algorithm is performed. added: 11/6/2015 Zachary Brogna

http://www.ijcsi.org/papers/IJCSI-11-1-1-74-79.pdf Date Added 11/7/15. Date Created 1/1/14. This link goes over the basics of different algorithms for disk scheduling. The types of algorithms that are talked about in this article are First Come First Served, Shortest Seek Time First, SCAN, C-SCAN, LOOK, and C-LOOK. The paper also gives an example problem with the explanation of each algorithm. ~Caitlyn Lambert-Hutchinson

http://www.ecs.umass.edu/ece/koren/architecture/Disk/help.htm This website helped me a lot because in each disk scheduling algorithm it took you step by step and then also a had an entire other simulation page. Date created: unknown Date added: 11-8-15 ~Rebecca Sherr

First Come, First Served Disk Scheduling

Shortest-Seek-Time-First Disk Scheduling

SCAN Disk Scheduling