Evolution of Memory Protection and Virtual Memory
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Sun Oct 5 21:31:09 CDT 2008
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From: "Sridhar Ayengar" <ploopster at gmail.com>
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Subject: Evolution of Memory Protection and Virtual Memory
> I'm looking for reference materials regarding very early implementations
> of virtual memory and/or memory protection. I'm really most interested in
> exploring the evolution of these features in operating systems.
> Anyone have any pointers for me as to where to look for this information?
Micro, mini, or mainframe? I know I have some docs I set aside in acrobat
one of the IBM research journals, where they discussed the addition of
virtual storage to
the IBM 360, I think the 360-67 might've been the first? At least from IBM -
I think there
was another system, the "blaauw box" added to another 360 just before it, if
my memory is
Found the IBM link:
covers how the model 67 introduced "virtual storage."
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