In computing, a resident monitor is a type of system software program that was used in many early computers from the 1950s to 1970s. It can be considered a precursor to the operating system. The name is derived from a program which is always present in the computer's memory, thus being "resident". Because memory was very limited on those systems, the resident monitor was often little more than a stub that would gain control at the end of a job and load a non-resident portion to perform required job cleanup and setup tasks.

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  • Un monitor residente (MR) era un componente de software, parte integral de una computadora de tarjetas de control de uso general. Su trabajo consistía en realizar la carga rápida de la siguiente tarea a ejecutar en un ambiente batch. Puede ser considerado como la más primitiva forma de sistema operativo. (es)
  • In computing, a resident monitor is a type of system software program that was used in many early computers from the 1950s to 1970s. It can be considered a precursor to the operating system. The name is derived from a program which is always present in the computer's memory, thus being "resident". Because memory was very limited on those systems, the resident monitor was often little more than a stub that would gain control at the end of a job and load a non-resident portion to perform required job cleanup and setup tasks. On a general-use computer using punched card input, the resident monitor governed the machine before and after each job control card was executed, loaded and interpreted each control card, and acted as a job sequencer for batch processing operations. The resident monitor could clear memory from the last used program (with the exception of itself), load programs, search for program data and maintain standard input-output routines in memory. Similar system software layers were typically in use in the early days of the later minicomputers and microcomputers before they gained the power to support full operating systems. (en)
  • Um monitor residente (MR) era um componente de software, parte integral de um computador de uso general. Seu trabalho consistia em realizar a carga rápida de qualquer tarefa a executar em um ambiente batch. Pode ser considerado como a mais primitiva forma do sistema operacional. Antes de começar a execução, o operador do sistema devia agrupar tarefas que foram similares. Isto era realizado por conta de que os sistemas de computadores não contavam com uma grande quantidade de memória, assim não podia carregar rotinas muito dinâmicas. (pt)
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  • Un monitor residente (MR) era un componente de software, parte integral de una computadora de tarjetas de control de uso general. Su trabajo consistía en realizar la carga rápida de la siguiente tarea a ejecutar en un ambiente batch. Puede ser considerado como la más primitiva forma de sistema operativo. (es)
  • Um monitor residente (MR) era um componente de software, parte integral de um computador de uso general. Seu trabalho consistia em realizar a carga rápida de qualquer tarefa a executar em um ambiente batch. Pode ser considerado como a mais primitiva forma do sistema operacional. Antes de começar a execução, o operador do sistema devia agrupar tarefas que foram similares. Isto era realizado por conta de que os sistemas de computadores não contavam com uma grande quantidade de memória, assim não podia carregar rotinas muito dinâmicas. (pt)
  • In computing, a resident monitor is a type of system software program that was used in many early computers from the 1950s to 1970s. It can be considered a precursor to the operating system. The name is derived from a program which is always present in the computer's memory, thus being "resident". Because memory was very limited on those systems, the resident monitor was often little more than a stub that would gain control at the end of a job and load a non-resident portion to perform required job cleanup and setup tasks. (en)
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  • Monitor residente (es)
  • Resident monitor (en)
  • Monitor residente (pt)
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