Can multiple processes access the same memory space? How is this
what are advantages and disadvantages of virtual memory?
Why do we need to store state information inside a process?
Give an example of application which should have small cache blocks.
can someone give example of a computer system where interrupts are not appropriate at all.
If main memory was faster than CPU, would we still need interrupts?
Imagine any user-level application can access and modify all the processor registers,
including flags. Describe the danger of this possibility....
What is the corner stone problem of computer architecture?:confused:
Single CPU allows multiprocessing, for example, user can listen to the music
and watch video at the same time. This is achieved with fast process...
Does OS save control tables when computer is being powered off?:confused::confused:
CPU switches between two processes, but accidentally
puts the first process to the blocked queue instead of ready queue. What will happen
What OS design approach is more secure – non-process kernel or process-
Processes have to “remember” certain CPU registers. :crazy:Why don’t we put them in
a table just like memory or I/O information for OS to...
OS stores memory and file access information in tables. Is it possible that single
process has access to a specific file, but doesn’t have access...
OS/computer need an unique identifier for a process. Can we use the precise
time of creation of a process as an identifier?
Processes are sometimes swapped into secondary memory, which takes
enormous amount of time. Requesting them back into main memory for processing...
What happens to the parent process if child process is terminated?:confused:
Operating system has so-called “ready queue” – a line of processes that are
about to run on the CPU. What is the name of computer...
Separate names with a comma.