7 years ago in Operating System

Dead-lock in an Operating System is

[A] Definite waiting process
[B] Desirable process
[C] Undesirable process
[D] ALL
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febi - 4 years ago

undesirable process

ashish srivastava - 4 years ago

manu u r right deadlock is udesirable process for any system to be occured.

Sudeshna Chaudhuri - 4 years ago

deadlock condition means infinitely waiting to acquire control over resources. How can A be the answer

Rajani Shah - 5 years ago

desirable process

Manu Ratheesh - 5 years ago

Undesirable process

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