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Solaris Process scheduling

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what algorithm is used in the process scheduling of Solaris 2 and Mach Operating systems?

I need a detailed summary of the algorithm and the file management and the information about the PCB of both the operating system mentioned above.
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i don't know the exact algorithm, but You may want to check solaris internals book where the scheduler is described.
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