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What is the process to execute programs on the basis of a priority number?
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Asked in C Programming, Computers
Where Programs are executed on the basis of a priority number?
Asked in Unix, Linux Ubuntu
How nice value is used to calculate process priority?
In Linux we can set guidelines for the CPU to follow when it is looking at all the tasks it has to do. These guidelines are called niceness or nice value. The Linux niceness scale goes from -20 to 19. The lower the number the more priority that task gets. If the niceness value is high number like 19 the task will be set to the lowest priority and the CPU will process it whenever it gets a chance. The default nice value is zero.
Minimum number of queues needed to implement the priority queue?
Asked in Operating Systems
What is starvation in operating system?
Starvation: Starvation is a resource management problem where a process does not get the resources it needs for a long time because the resources are being allocated to other processes. [UPDATE]: Starvation generally occurs in a Priority based scheduling System. Where High Priority (Lower Number = Higher Priority) requests get processed first. Thus a request with least priority may never be processed. Aging - is the technique to overcome this issue in a system.
Given default priority what switch is elected to root bridge?
After looking at the priority, the second criterion used is the switch's MAC address. In either case, the lowest number wins. After looking at the priority, the second criterion used is the switch's MAC address. In either case, the lowest number wins. After looking at the priority, the second criterion used is the switch's MAC address. In either case, the lowest number wins. After looking at the priority, the second criterion used is the switch's MAC address. In either case, the lowest number wins.
Asked in Shopping, Postage and Shipping, ZIP Code
Does all priority mail come with a tracking number?
Asked in Intel 8085, Intel 8086 and 8088
What no of instruction will be execute by using only one clock pulse in 8085 microprocessor?
Asked in Computer Networking
What happens if two devices have the same priority number?
Asked in Computers
What priority settings are set for the SCSI ID number?
Which priority settings are given to the SCSI ID number?
Asked in Java Programming
Advantage of using looping statements in java programs?
Should the environmental protection be made the number one priority?
Asked in United States Postal Service (USPS)
How USPS priority mail tracking number looks like?
Asked in Technology
How do you overcome disadvantages of roundrobin scheduling?
The solution depends on what you perceive as a disadvantage of round-robin scheduling, which in turn depends on the exact application. For example, many might quote the fixed scheduling scheme as a disadvantage, because it doesn't generally allow processing a higher priority item faster than a lower priority item. However, other applications will benefit from equal treatment without regard for priority, as this scheme grants equal opportunity to all. For example, if accelerated processing of selected high priority items is required, one could implement a multi-tier round robin scheduler, with one tier per priority level. For example, there could be one high priority ring of items A (A1, A2, A3, ...., Aa), a medium priority ring of items B (B1, B2, B3, ..., Bb) and a ring of low priority tasks C (C1, C2, C3, ..., Cc). Each ring could maintain a marker of the next item to handle within that ring, MA, MB and MC. In each round-robin cycle, one could allow MA to advance three positions (process A1, A2, and A3), MB to advance two positions (process B1, B2) and MC one position (process C1). In the next cycle, you'd process A4, A5, A6, B3, B4, C2, and so forth, thus granting different weight (priority) to different items while maintaining the basic round-robin characteristics. Because each level is allowed a fixed number of steps each cycle, busy high priority items can't starve the low priority ones - this is often regarded as one of the key advantages of round robin scheduling.
SCSI IDs prioritized with the IDs having the highest priority?