5 years ago in Operating System

The simplest way to break a deadlock is to

[A] Kill one of the processes
[B] Roll back
[C] Preempt a resource
[D] Lock one of the processes
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Muhammad Usman Younas
Muhammad Usman Younas - 1 day ago

Muhammad Usman Younas from Lahore, Pakistan is saying Kill one of the processes is correct answer

Fahim Waris
Fahim Waris - 3 weeks ago

Fahim Waris from Lahore, Pakistan is saying Preempt a resource is correct answer

Deep
Deep - 1 month ago

Deep from Kolkata, India is saying Roll back is correct answer

Arpita Dhote
Arpita Dhote - 1 month ago

Arpita Dhote from Pune, India is saying Roll back is correct answer

VYSHNAVI GUNDA
VYSHNAVI GUNDA - 2 months ago

VYSHNAVI GUNDA is saying Kill one of the processes is correct answer

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