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CS201 PAST PAPERS FINAL TERM 2021

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Another problem that can arise during resource allocation is freezing, level two or more.
Processes are prevented from proceeding because everyone is waiting for each resource to be allocated to the other.
For example, a processor may have access to a computer printer but is awaiting access.
System CD Player, another process accesses the CD player but waits for the printer.

Another example occurs in systems where processes are allowed to create new processes (an action
To perform subtasks is called forking in Unix vernacular). If the planner doesn’t have space in the process
Schedule and each process in the system must create an additional process before completing its task.

There is no process that can be continued. Such conditions, as in other systems, can seriously degrade in one system.
Performance malfunction analysis revealed that this does not happen except for the following
Satisfying Conditions:

1. There is competition for indivisible resources.
2. Resources are requested on a part-time basis; i.e. getting some evidence, a process
Will come back later to ask for more.
3. Once a resource is allocated, it cannot be forcibly acquired.

 

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