473 quiz2 - 1. Question 6.1 from your textbook. 2. Question...

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1. Question 6.1 from your textbook.  2. Question 6.2 from your textbook.    3. Question 6.3 from your textbook.    4. Question 5.7 from your textbook.    5. In the busy waiting based definition of wait(), why is it enough to just ensure that the S--  operation is atomic and not bothering about the atomicity of the entire code including the while  loop preceding it?      6. Consider the following 2-level hierarchical scheduler. The root scheduler is Work-Conserving  (WC). There are three child schedulers, each scheduling its own set of processes/threads. Let  us call these C1, C2, and C3, respectively. C1 and C2 are non-WC. Which of the following  is/are accurate?   A. If C3 is non-WC, the overall scheduler is non-WC  B. If C3 is WC, then the overall system is WC  C. If C3 is non-WC, the overall system remains WC due to the root being WC 
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2009 for the course CMPSC 473 taught by Professor Bhuvanurgaonkar during the Fall '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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473 quiz2 - 1. Question 6.1 from your textbook. 2. Question...

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