How is a process chosen for being swapped either in or out?, Operating System

How is a process chosen for being swapped either in or out?

Swap out:

a.         If the process is idle.

b.         If process has been in main memory for a long time.

c.         If process is large.

d.        If no obvious candidates are found, a process is picked by age.

Swap in:

o              If a process has been swapped out since a long time.

o              If a process is small.

 

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