Interrupt System: The interrupt is vital for the function of any OS, Its functions are:

Interrupt types:

 

Interrupt may be generated by a number of resources such as;

Types of Scheduler:

  1. High-level: This controls the admission of jobs into the system and their conversion into processes. Processes are put in the READY queue.

  2. Low-level: This is invoked when the current process relinquishes the processor. It is also involved when the process incurs an I/O runs.

  References

  1. Gary Nutt, Operating Systems, A Modern Perspective, Printed 1997, pg129-150

  2. Ian Hyslop, Chris Imafidon, Systems Integration Handbook, UEL., 2002.

  3. William Buchanan, Distributed Systems and Networks, Printed 2000, pg 58 -88

  4. William Stalling, Operating System, Internals and Design Principles, Third Edition, pg 101

  5.  http://csit1cwe.fsu.edu/doc_link/en_US/a_doc_lib/aixbman/admnconc/process_mgmt.htm

  6. http://www.csc.gatech.edu/~copeland/3055/pdf/ch03_os_struct_notes.pdf

  7. http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/DeptInfo/Diploma/node20.html

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