OS Program Regarding Shared Memory NEED TO Submit ‘producer.c’ and ‘consumer.c’ in the Linux machine. Read the following document for programming assig

OS Program Regarding Shared Memory NEED TO Submit ‘producer.c’ and ‘consumer.c’ in the Linux machine.

Read the following document for programming assigment.

Download two programs ‘producer.c’ and ‘consumer.c’ and add your code there so that producer send a list of items to consumer. Producer read the item from a file ‘input.txt’.

In order to use shared memory library, compilation need to link a library ‘rt’. And since we will run two programs, we need to create two executables. See below.

Download ‘hw2.c’. It is a file that contains the definition of shared memory structure and a function to print current time. It is already included in ‘producer.c’ and ‘consumer.c’. You don’t need to change this file. You don’t need to compile it. ‘Producer.c’ and ‘consumer.c’ already include the file. Just keep ‘hw2.c’ in the same folder with other files.

‘read_example.c’ is an example file to show you how to read the input file and to show how to print with time stamps.

You need to copy ‘input.txt’ in the same folder and test as below.

Following is a sample run.

Run producer first. It need to read a number after another from the file and display while sending them to consumer. Since the consumer is not started, the buffer will become full soon and producer will wait.

Now run consumer as below. It need to display all items received. It keeps running until it gets end-of-item message ‘-1’

After consumer begins, the producer will also proceed to read all items from the file and end.

read_example.c:

#include

#include

#include “hw2.c”

int main()

{

        int     item;

        FILE    *fp;

        fp = fopen(“input.txt”,”r”);

        while(fscanf(fp, “%d”,&item)!= EOF){

                printf(“%s Read %d from the filen”,get_time(),item);

        }

        fclose(fp);

}

producer.c:

#include

#include

#include

#include

#include

#include

#include

#include “hw2.c”

int main()

{

        const int SIZE = sizeof(shm_structure);

        const char *name = “OS-ipark”; // ATTENTION: Change this using YOUR id to avoid conflicts with others

        int     item;

        FILE    *fp;

        int shm_fd;

        shm_structure *ptr;

        /* create the shared memory segment */

        shm_fd = shm_open(name, O_CREAT | O_RDWR, 0666);

        /* configure the size of the shared memory segment */

        ftruncate(shm_fd,SIZE);

        /* now map the shared memory segment in the address space of the process */

        ptr = mmap(0,SIZE, PROT_READ | PROT_WRITE, MAP_SHARED, shm_fd, 0);

        if (ptr == MAP_FAILED) {

                printf(“Map failedn”);

                return -1;

        }

        /*****************************************************

        Add your code here.

        Read one item after another from the file ‘input.txt’.

        And write it to the shared memory so the consumer can read.

        Need to wait if the buffer is full

        *****************************************************/

        printf(“Successn”);

        return 0;

}

input.txt:

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

32

64

128

256

512

1024

2048

4096

11

22

33

44

55

66

77

88

-1

consumer.c:

#include

#include

#include

#include

#include

#include

#include “hw2.c”

int main()

{

        const char *name = “OS-ipark”; // ATTENTION: Change this to the same name you used in producer.c

        const int SIZE = sizeof(shm_structure);

        int shm_fd;

        shm_structure *ptr;

        int i;

        int item;

        /* open the shared memory segment */

        shm_fd = shm_open(name, O_RDWR, 0666);

        if (shm_fd == -1) {

                printf(“shared memory failedn”);

                exit(-1);

        }

        /* now map the shared memory segment in the address space of the process */

        ptr = mmap(0,SIZE, PROT_READ | PROT_WRITE, MAP_SHARED, shm_fd, 0);

        if (ptr == MAP_FAILED) {

                printf(“Map failedn”);

                exit(-1);

        }

        /***************************************************

        Add your code for consumer here.

        Read an item after another from the shared memory

        And display to screen using printf().

        Need to wait if the buffer is empty.

        Check if this displays all the items in ‘input.txt’ 

        except end-of-message signal ‘-1’

        ***************************************************/

        

        /* remove the shared memory segment */

        if (shm_unlink(name) == -1) {

                printf(“Error removing %sn”,name);

                exit(-1);

        }

        return 0;

}

hw2.c:

// Definitions for shared memory structure

#define BUFFER_SIZE 10

typedef struct{

        int buffer[BUFFER_SIZE];

        int in;

        int out;

} shm_structure;

#include

char time_str[100];

char *get_time()

{

        

        time_t t=time(NULL);    // get time info (month, day, hour, min)

        struct tm *tm1 = localtime(&t); // convert to easy format

        struct timeval tv;

        struct tm *tm;

        gettimeofday(&tv, NULL);    // get time info (month, day, hour, min)

        tm=localtime(&tv.tv_sec);   // convert to easy format

        sprintf(time_str,”(%02d/%02d %d:%d:%d %d)”, tm1->tm_mon+1,tm1->tm_mday,tm->tm_hour,tm->tm_min,tm->tm_sec, tv.tv_usec);

        return time_str;

} NEED TO Submit ‘producer.c’ and ‘consumer.c’ in the Linux machine.

Read the following document for programming assigment.

Download two programs ‘producer.c’ and ‘consumer.c’ and add your code there so that producer send a list of items to consumer. Producer read the item from a file ‘input.txt’.

In order to use shared memory library, compilation need to link a library ‘rt’. And since we will run two programs, we need to create two executables. See below.

Download ‘hw2.c’. It is a file that contains the definition of shared memory structure and a function to print current time. It is already included in ‘producer.c’ and ‘consumer.c’. You don’t need to change this file. You don’t need to compile it. ‘Producer.c’ and ‘consumer.c’ already include the file. Just keep ‘hw2.c’ in the same folder with other files.

‘read_example.c’ is an example file to show you how to read the input file and to show how to print with time stamps.

You need to copy ‘input.txt’ in the same folder and test as below.

Following is a sample run.

Run producer first. It need to read a number after another from the file and display while sending them to consumer. Since the consumer is not started, the buffer will become full soon and producer will wait.

Now run consumer as below. It need to display all items received. It keeps running until it gets end-of-item message ‘-1’

After consumer begins, the producer will also proceed to read all items from the file and end.

read_example.c:

#include
#include
#include “hw2.c”

int main()
{
int item;
FILE *fp;

fp = fopen(“input.txt”,”r”);
while(fscanf(fp, “%d”,&item)!= EOF){
printf(“%s Read %d from the filen”,get_time(),item);
}
fclose(fp);
}

producer.c:

#include
#include
#include
#include
#include
#include
#include
#include “hw2.c”

int main()
{
const int SIZE = sizeof(shm_structure);

const char *name = “OS-ipark”; // ATTENTION: Change this using YOUR id to avoid conflicts with others

int item;
FILE *fp;

int shm_fd;
shm_structure *ptr;

/* create the shared memory segment */
shm_fd = shm_open(name, O_CREAT | O_RDWR, 0666);

/* configure the size of the shared memory segment */
ftruncate(shm_fd,SIZE);

/* now map the shared memory segment in the address space of the process */
ptr = mmap(0,SIZE, PROT_READ | PROT_WRITE, MAP_SHARED, shm_fd, 0);
if (ptr == MAP_FAILED) {
printf(“Map failedn”);
return -1;
}

/*****************************************************
Add your code here.
Read one item after another from the file ‘input.txt’.
And write it to the shared memory so the consumer can read.
Need to wait if the buffer is full
*****************************************************/

printf(“Successn”);
return 0;
}

input.txt:

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
32
64
128
256
512
1024
2048
4096
11
22
33
44
55
66
77
88
-1

consumer.c:

#include
#include
#include
#include
#include
#include
#include “hw2.c”

int main()
{
const char *name = “OS-ipark”; // ATTENTION: Change this to the same name you used in producer.c
const int SIZE = sizeof(shm_structure);

int shm_fd;
shm_structure *ptr;
int i;
int item;

/* open the shared memory segment */
shm_fd = shm_open(name, O_RDWR, 0666);
if (shm_fd == -1) {
printf(“shared memory failedn”);
exit(-1);
}

/* now map the shared memory segment in the address space of the process */
ptr = mmap(0,SIZE, PROT_READ | PROT_WRITE, MAP_SHARED, shm_fd, 0);
if (ptr == MAP_FAILED) {
printf(“Map failedn”);
exit(-1);
}

/***************************************************
Add your code for consumer here.
Read an item after another from the shared memory
And display to screen using printf().
Need to wait if the buffer is empty.
Check if this displays all the items in ‘input.txt’
except end-of-message signal ‘-1’
***************************************************/

/* remove the shared memory segment */
if (shm_unlink(name) == -1) {
printf(“Error removing %sn”,name);
exit(-1);
}

return 0;
}

hw2.c:

// Definitions for shared memory structure
#define BUFFER_SIZE 10
typedef struct{
int buffer[BUFFER_SIZE];
int in;
int out;
} shm_structure;

#include

char time_str[100];
char *get_time()
{

time_t t=time(NULL); // get time info (month, day, hour, min)
struct tm *tm1 = localtime(&t); // convert to easy format

struct timeval tv;
struct tm *tm;
gettimeofday(&tv, NULL); // get time info (month, day, hour, min)
tm=localtime(&tv.tv_sec); // convert to easy format

sprintf(time_str,”(%02d/%02d %d:%d:%d %d)”, tm1->tm_mon+1,tm1->tm_mday,tm->tm_hour,tm->tm_min,tm->tm_sec, tv.tv_usec);
return time_str;
}

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