7 years ago in Operating System

It is not possible to have a deadlock involving only a single process. Why?

[A] This follows directly from the hold-and-wait condition
[B] This holds mutual exclusion, hold-and-wait and non-preemption
[C] Because single process not always in safe state
[D] None
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Manu Ratheesh - 5 years ago

Whether ans is (a) or (b)

Chetan Chilhate
Chetan Chilhate - 4 years ago

Chetan Chilhate from India is saying This follows directly from the hold-and-wait condition is correct answer

jyoti jadhav
jyoti jadhav - 4 years ago

jyoti jadhav from Adgaon, India is saying Because single process not always in safe state is correct answer

Rohan Bhosale
Rohan Bhosale - 4 years ago

Rohan Bhosale from Pune, India is saying This holds mutual exclusion, hold-and-wait and non-preemption is correct answer

Sanket Malpure
Sanket Malpure - 4 years ago

Sanket Malpure from Pune, India is saying This holds mutual exclusion, hold-and-wait and non-preemption is correct answer

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