Factors involved in choosing the host operating system, Operating System

1. How is reliability enhanced with the microkernel approach to system design?

 2. In a virtual machine design where guest operating systems are independent virtual machines supported by a host operating system, what factors are involved in choosing the host operating system?

 3. Explain an advantage and disadvantage of maintaining a list of blocked processes in priority order.

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