The very first process created by the Kernal in UNIX is
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Answer / chandrakant
sched is the first process that started after booting which
pid is 0 and give birth the child process named init which
pid is 1.
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Answer / dilipsimha
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Answer / chinmayee mishra
When the kernel begins to run, it starts by setting up a
number of internal lists, or tables.After initializing its
tables, the kernel creates three dummy processes; sched,
vhand and bdflush (with process IDs 0, 2 and 3
respectively). Finally the kernel creates a third process
init which pid 1. init starts up as a dummy process, then
achieves independence and runs as the first true process on
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Answer / jagarnath
During booting first daemon(page daemon)
process(vhand,bdflush and sched)housed in the kernel file
and then "swapper" is loaded which help to create init process
which is called mother of all processes.
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Answer / narendra
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Answer / dwarikanath patro
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Answer / srinivas
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