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Answer / bharat
I know process 0 is the swapper process used for init. Is it
process 1 then?
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Answer / maheshkumar nahar
There are 4 processes.
When system boots first process with PID=0 is scheduler
then it gives birth to init whose PID is 1
then third one id Vhandler with PID=3 and then VDflush
whose PID is 3.
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Answer / alpa
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Answer / pankaj cheema
the pid for the kernel process is 1 .0 is for init process.
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