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Linux CPU Context Switch Deep Dive

How much do you know about CPU context switch?

We all know that Linux is a multitasking OS, which supports simultaneous running of tasks far greater than the number of CPUs. Of course, these tasks are not actually running at the same time (Single CPU), but because the system assigns the CPU to tasks in turn for a short period of time, it creates the illusion of multiple…

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