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Hi.....I have a question regarding Linux's general working....
Hi.....I have a question regarding Linux's general working.... –
OK, I have recieved an uni assignment, in which I have to generally discuss the methods taken by the Linux OS, to resolves deadlocks in a multi-user environment.... (we started learning OS workings in general this semester)
I just need a brief article on this topic....
if anyone can help me out, I will be very grateful...
thanx in advance
I have here a presentation used on my school. It's part in dutch so i dont know if it is any use to you. Its made by our teacher who in his turn got it from this book "Operating Systems Design and Implementation" by Andrew S. Tanenbaum. Maybe u can get it on pdf somewhere
lol and here is the presentation. Enjoy :P
thanx for the slides, but they just discuss deadlocks in general, which i already know...what i need to know, is how Linux handles deadlocks !!
OK, fortunately, I have found a significant amount of data...when I google for 'Distributed Deadlocks'....this is good for me in the way that 'Distributed' I think means 'multi-user' in my question ....
the only problem is, in all the data i have gathered so far regarding distributed deadlocks, nothing mentions any particular OS that uses the methods described...
so, does linux have any distributed deadlock handling schemes ?