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    kernel panic

    A kernel panic refers to a computer error from which the system's operating system (OS) cannot quickly or easily recover. It occurs when there is a low-level fatal error and the operating system's kernel is unable to fix it. A kernel panic error stops the system to prevent corruption of the...
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    creating process

    To create a process you can use fork() or vfork() system call. ps command: ps command will give you memory usage of all the processes but in the percentage. use the following command : ps -o pid,user,%mem,command ax | sort -b -k3 -r...
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    Scheduling algorithms in linux

    In what algorithms window differ with UNIX/LINUX?! ans: Windows uses Round-Robin, Shortest Job First, Shortest Remaining Time First but Unix/Linux uses CFS Does LINUX work with the following algorithms ??? The Initial Version of linux used Round-Robin algorithm, current version of Linux...
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    Scheduling algorithms in linux

    Hi I'm wondering if any body can help me in LINUX scheduling algorithms. 1.Initially, the LINUX kernel used the RR or Round-Robin approach to schedule the processes. In the Round-Robin approach, a circular queue was maintained that held the processes. The advantage of using a round-robin was...