ASSIGNMENT_2 - E xercises 4 The fi rst outcome that would...

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Exercises 4 The first outcome that would result having operating system without memory deallacation is that large jobs might never being fit into memory, because let’s say that 3 jobs are in memory and all the free space left is 70 K but not in one Block and Job 4 has 50 K and it’s can’t fit in memory The second outcome that would result having operating system without memory deallacation is that after a while memory would be not able to take any of jobs because the block would be so small that every time when block 25K would be used by job 20 only 5 left and we would have to wait until the system would be reset or shut down. The third outcome that would result having operating system without memory deallacation is that large jobs might be in queue for a long time to have available space for them to being fit. Exercise 5 Fixed partition require that the entire program be loaded into memory, be stored contiguously, and remain in memory until the job is completed. Several programs
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course CS 250 taught by Professor Idontknow during the Spring '11 term at City College of San Francisco.

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ASSIGNMENT_2 - E xercises 4 The fi rst outcome that would...

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