An Overview of the NetWare Operating System
The NetWare operating system is designed specifically to provide
service to clients over a computer network. This design has resulted
in a system that differs in several respects from more general-purpose
operating systems. In addition to highlighting the design decisions
that have led to these differences, this paper provides an overview of
the NetWare operating system, with a detailed description of its
kernel and its software-based approach to fault tolerance.
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