scheduling

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  1. vead

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    hello I need help

    scheduling is process by which operating system decide which one task will be next on processor

    scheduling determine the order in which task are executed

    different os kernel may use different scheduling algorithm

    Q.how the scheduling for RTOS is different from scheduling for general OS ?
     
  2. vead

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    please help me
     
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  4. Papabravo

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    An RTOS is different because some things that the OS must do have hard deadlines. If a hard deadline is missed for whatever reason, bad things will happen.

    In a general purpose OS there are no hard deadlines. User's just have to wait for things to happen.
     
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