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Sleeping Processes

Posted on 2003-02-19
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Last Modified: 2010-04-21
Say the Kernel is going to wake sleeping all processes but there are no sleeping processes?  What happens?

Question by:codebear
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griessh earned 200 total points
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In dependant of the OS you are using: if the list of processes in the dormant state has a length=0 then the scheduler should wake up exactly 0 processes!


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simple .. if there are no sleeping processes , no process is waken up ..


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