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User level threads are transparent to the kernel.

 

This statement true or false ?

 

Os don't know about the user leval threads because it is treated as process then why this is true ?

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Os don't know about the user leval threads because it is treated as process then why this is true ?
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In case of Computing transparent means functioning without being aware. In our case user level threads are functioning without kernel being aware about them. Hence user level threads are transparent to the kernel.

Source: https://gateoverflow.in/1008/gate-cse-2004-question-11?show=27783#a27783


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https://gateoverflow.in/1008/gate-cse-2004-question-11

https://gateoverflow.in/147783/%23-threads

https://gateoverflow.in/147783/%23-threads

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