EROS: The Extremely Reliable Operating System
EROS is a new operating system originally implemented at the University of Pennsylvania. The project has now migrated to Johns Hopkins University. EROS merges some very old ideas in operating systems with some newer ideas about performance and resource management. The result is a small, secure, real-time operating system that provides orthogonal persistence.
(05/27/2003) 2003 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (Oakland) Vulnerabilities in Synchronous IPC Designs
(05/20/2002) USENIX 2002 Proceedings. Design Evolution of the EROS Single-Level Store.
Where to go from here
If you decide to download the system, we recommend that you join the EROS mailing list be subscribing to the eros-port mailing list. Instructions for doing so can be found here.
If you were fond of the old name jokes, they can now be found here.
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This research was supported by DARPA under Contracts #N66001-96-C-852, #MDA972-95-1-0013, and #DABT63-95-C-0073. Additional support was provided by the AT&T Foundation, and the Hewlett-Packard, Tandem Computer, and Intel Corporations.
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