Long term scheduler, Operating System


Long term scheduler calculates which processes are admitted to the machine for processing. It accepts the degree of multiprogramming. Once accepted, a job converts a process.

 

 

974_long term scheduler.png

Posted Date: 8/20/2012 3:28:21 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Long term scheduler, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Long term scheduler, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Long term scheduler Discussions

Write discussion on Long term scheduler
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Define drawback of Distributed systems Reliability is a drawback of Distributed systems


Long term scheduler calculates which processes are admitted to the machine for processing. It accepts the degree of multiprogramming. Once accepted, a job converts a process.

For example, by initializing a semaphore to 0, threads can wait for an event to occur, and impose an ordering constraint, similar to a monitor using condition variables, but with m

Organizational, Structural, Logical and Execution Relationships Between Important System Components in Linux Kernel Subsystems A. Description of the Project You are require

Making the Transition to Client - Server Programming Making the transition to client - server programming is a significant effort. Client - server applications must be designed

File allocation using I nodes. This method is used to decrease the size of the table in the above method. Every file will have an I-node list. Allow a file have 15 pointers a

A-  In a table format, compare between Programmed I/O, Interrupt -driven I/O, and Direct Memory Access (DMA) in terms of basic idea, Advantages, disadvantages, and the operating en

What are the methods for handling deadlocks? The deadlock problem can be dealt with in one of the three ways: a. Use a protocol to prevent or avoid deadlocks, ensuring that

My code it didn''t run properly ,i tried to pass 2 parameter example : ./a.out ls -ll ,but it execute only the ls instead of the ls -ll ! plz help amd thank you ! #include #inclu