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Gang Scheduling in Linux Kernel Scheduler - Nikunj A Dadhania

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Operating System scheduler assigns the most eligible process to run on a CPU. On a multi-CPU system, tasks are assigned to CPUs independent of each other. The scheduler may not look into inter-process dependencies while assigning processes. Hence, at any given point in time, the set of processes that is running on the system might not be the optimal one. Gang Scheduling is a method to schedule a group of inter-dependent processes on different CPUs simultaneously.

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