One such automation tool to run the essence of any organization or enterprise is Job scheduling. It is the process of allowing defining and maintaining a set of jobs, be it a program or a message to be automatically executed at a given time, frequency or when a specific event occurs with the help of a job scheduler.
There are two types of scheduling: Preemptive Scheduling:- When a running process is interrupted by process of highest priority entering the queue and is allocated to the CPU, its preemptive scheduling.
Non-Preemptive Scheduling:- When a running process cannot be interrupted by any other process and the any process entering the queue has to wait till the current CPU cycle ends.
Priority Scheduling:-This is a non-preemptive algorithm wherein each process is assigned a priority. The processes with the highest priority are executed first and so on. Processes with the same priority are performed on first come first serve basis.
First Come First Serve:-It is a non-preemptive, preemptive schedule wherein jobs are executed on first come first serve basis. Although it’s easier to understand since its average waiting time is high,
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