7 years ago in Fundamentals of Computer

To avoid the race condition, the number of processes that may be simultaneously inside their critical section is

[A] 8
[B] 1
[C] 16
[D] 0
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Rachit Rushil Paul - 5 years ago

And then of 8 2nd, but it would be good to be a problem with this list , , I will not only that, I will not only do they have a look forward to meeting up with you, and the other side, I 2

మహేంద్ర గంగినేని - 5 years ago

critical section problem is the one where the data members are commonly shared by different processes that are running simultaniously so,there may be a chance of getting unexpected results due to this execution which is similar to race condition , so in order to avoid this if the number of processes that are permitted into the critical section is '1' the race condition is avoided

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