Shared variable programme structures, Computer Networking

Shared variable programme structures

 In this section, we talk about some more concepts related to the shared programme.

Concept of Lock

Locks are used for protected access of data in a shared variable system. 

There are various types of locks:

1)   Binary Locks: These locks are used globally between multiple processes.

2)   Deckkers Locks:  These locks are based on distributed requests, to make sure mutual exclusion without unnecessary waiting.

 

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