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    Discuss how the following pairs of scheduling criteria conflict in certain settings:

    a) CPU utilization and response time
    b) average turnaround time and maximum waiting time
    c) I/O device utilization and CPU utilization.

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    scheduling criteria - Operating Systems
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    Discuss how the following pairs of scheduling criteria conflict in certain settings:

    a) CPU utilization and response time
    b) average turnaround time and maximum waiting time
    c) I/O device utilization and CPU utilization

     CPU utilization - keep the CPU as busy as possible
     Throughput - # of processes that complete their execution
    per time unit
     Turnaround time - amount of time to execute a particular
    process
     Waiting time - amount of time a process has been waiting
    in the ready queue
     Response time - amount of time it takes from when a
    request was submitted until the first response is produced,
    not output (for time-sharing environment)

    cpu utilization: how busy is the cpu -- don't want it idle, or
    otherwise wasting ...

    Solution Summary

    Conflicts of pairs of scheduling criteria are noted.

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