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Interrupt latency is a measure of the time it takes for a computer system to respond to an external event, such as a hardware interrupt… Read More
An embedded processor is a microprocessor that is designed especially for handling the needs of an embedded system. It is a class of computer or… Read More
As we know about tertiary devices, let us now dive deeper into OS support which is required to manage tertiary devices. The operating system provides… Read More
Data that is not commonly accessed and typically not required for daily use is stored in tertiary storage. Tertiary storage is often slower and less… Read More
Pre-requisites: Process Schedulers in Operating System The operating system’s short-term scheduler, commonly referred to as a CPU scheduler, controls how the central processing unit (CPU)… Read More
Fedora is a free and open-source operating system based on the Linux kernel and is developed by the community-supported Fedora Project. It is known for… Read More
In general, there is no fixed set of processes that run on systems; thus, measuring the exact processing requirements of processes is impossible. We can,… Read More
A debugger is a tool that allows you to examine the state of a running program. Debugging is the process of locating and then removing… Read More
In the Operating System, we had to provide input to the CPU, which then executed the instructions and returned the output. However, there was a… Read More
The long-term execution of processes in a computer system is managed by a medium-term scheduler, also referred to as a mid-term scheduler. Based on a… Read More
Pre-requisites: Memory Management in Operating System To increase CPU utilization in multiprogramming, a memory management scheme known as swapping can be used. Swapping is the… Read More
Pre-requisites: Process Schedulers in Operating System A long-term scheduler, also known as a job scheduler, is an operating system component that determines which processes should… Read More
Pre-requisites: RTOS A real-time operating system (RTOS) is a type of operating system that is designed to provide deterministic, timely processing of real-time events. To… Read More
The process of dividing a computer file, such as a data file or an executable program file, into fragments that are stored in different parts… Read More
Protection refers to a mechanism that controls the access of programs, processes, or users to the resources defined by a computer system. We can take… Read More

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