Explain multilevel feedback queue in detail, Operating System

Explain multilevel feedback queue in detail

  • A process can move among the various queues; aging can be executed this way
  • Multilevel-feedback-queue scheduler explained by the following parameters:

- number of queues

- scheduling algorithms for each queue

- method used to verify when to upgrade a process

- method used to verify when to demote a process  

 

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