UGCNET-Dec2019-II: 26

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Which of the following $\text{CPU}$ scheduling algorithms is/are supported by $\text{LINUX}$ operating system?

1. Non-preemptive priority scheduling
2. Preemptive priority scheduling and time sharing $\text{CPU}$ scheduling
3. Time sharing scheduling only
4. Priority scheduling only
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OPTION B

The algorithm used by Linux OS is known as ‘Completely Fair Scheduler’ which is a combination of preemptive priority and time-sharing CPU scheduling.

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