Multiprogramming makes effifcient use of the CPU by overlapping the demands for the CPU and its I/O devices from various users. It attempts to increase CPU utilization by always having something for the CPU to execute.
it increases the CPU utlisation cpu is never ideal
types of multiprogramming and difference bet multiprocessing and multiprogramming?
1:-increased through put 2:- lower response time
It is the process of multiprogramming
THE multiprogramming system was created in 1968.
timesharing is logical extention of multiprogramming.
MS-DOS supports multiprogramming to some extent.-
Because all of the programming languages have a same origin, knowing multiple programming languages facilitates your understanding of the whole concept.
multiprocessor is hardware based while multiprogramming in software based
is it possible to do multiprogramming with only one partition
Advantages of multiprogramming operating system:i) It increases CPU utilization.ii) It decreases total read time needed to execute a job.iii) It maximizes the total job throughput of a computer.Disadvantages of multiprogramming operating system:i) It is fairly sophisticated and more complexii) A multiprogramming operating system must keep track of all kinds of jobs it is concurrently running.
multiprogramming lets you do more than one thing at a timeansmultiprogramming is also called multi-threading here more than one operation in a program takes place..
using multiprogramming we can save the time multiprogramming resources to more than one current application i.e we can run multiple applications at a time that's way we refuses the time
The principal disadvantge of too much multiprogramming is the overhead of excesssive context-switching. If the context-switch rate is too high, the overhead can actually overwhelm the benefit of multiprogramming.
Multiprogramming increases CPU utilization by organizing jobs so that the CPU always has a job to execute.
Multiprogramming is the rapid switching of the CPU between multiple processes in memory. It is done only when the currently running process requests I/O, or terminates. It was commonly used to keep the CPU busy while one or more processes are doing I/O. It is now mostly superceded by multitasking, in which processes also lose the CPU when their time quantum expires. Multiprogramming makes efficient use of the CPU by overlapping the demands for the CPU and its I/O devices from various users. It attempts to increase CPU utilization by always having something for the CPU to execute. The prime reason for multiprogramming is to give the CPU something to do while waiting for I/O to complete. If there is no DMA, the CPU is fully occupied doing I/O, so there is nothing to be gained (at least in terms of CPU utilization) by multiprogramming.
1. better performance-shorter response time & higher throughput 2. Better Reliability-if one processor brekdown then other takes its workload
monoprogramming is when the memory can only process one program at a time were multiprogramming is when the memory can process more than one program
1.high CPU utilization.2.main memory utilization.3.the allocation of a computer system and its resources to more than one concurrent application
we need CPU scheduling
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