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Deadlock: IoT Foundations: Operating Systems Fundamentals
Deadlock: IoT Foundations: Operating Systems Fundamentals

An OS runs multiple processes but any process execution relies on a limited set of system resources such as memory areas, and input/output devices. These system resources need to be shared with and accessed by processes in a competing fashion. A deadlock may occur when accessing the resources. Learn the deadlock concept and how to avoid it with an example in FreeRTOS.

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