Per thread basis of operating system - Maintains scheduling & accounting information - Operating System
Q. An operating system maintains smaller data structures for a thread than a process, as a thread is usually defined as a ‘ light weight process ’. What is the per thread basis of the operating system?- Published on 28 Aug 15
a. Does not maintain a separate stack
b. Maintains only CPU register state.
c. Does not maintain a virtual memory state
d. Maintains only scheduling and accounting information
ANSWER: Maintains only scheduling and accounting information