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Each processor is running completely independent governed by a certain schedulin

Each processor is running completely independent governed by a certain scheduling algorithm (Priority Scheduling = 4, Shortest Job First = 3, Round Robin = 2, FCFS = 1). provide load balancing when such operation is necessary.
Hi here are the test files needed. And on the pdf it says 3 extra points for Load balancing (all the CPUs involved – the
load will come from all existing processors for
the empty processor) . You dont have to do that part. Just fullfiling the 10 points is what i am looking for

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Now that you’ve wrapped up the memo, you’ll kick off work on the final stage of

Now that you’ve wrapped up the memo, you’ll kick off work on the final stage of your project with Faster Computing, which will require you to demonstrate a Linux installation and run some sample commands. You’ll continue to build your Linux skills this week as you dig into more advanced topics.
Networking and Security
Getting the Faster Computing systems running with Linux is only half the battle. Without networking, those systems would be unable to communicate with each other or the internet. Faster Computing will have to make key decisions about its network infrastructure services, such as how DHCP and DNS will be implemented. Until then, you can help the company understand some of the client networking tools—like ifconfig.
Securing the Faster Computing environment requires an in-depth review of not only the systems and network, but the business itself. How and where an organization does business—combined with its level of risk tolerance—will dictate the best approach for security.

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Discuss the different strategies used to manage user accounts.

Review the article Managing User Accounts on Linux at https://news.softpedia.com/news/Managing-User-Accounts-on-Linux-36645.shtml
Discuss the different strategies used to manage user accounts.
Explain which strategy you prefer and why.
Explain when a system administrator uses Linux special permissions and the benefits of using special permissions.

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2 show proof of successful connectivity between all your pcs (10%)

Step 1. Using Packet tracer implement the large network with five routers Figure 1 shows using static routing.
Step 2. Design the network (determine subnets, masks, and IP addresses)
Step 3. Connect three hosts (PC-1, PC-2, and PC-3) on the edges of the network (as shown by the Figure) and show that all hosts can connect to each other (e.g., using ping).
Report the following:
1. Show the design of your network (including subnets, masks, IP addresses). (15%)
3. Show proof of connectivity using ping (between all PCs) (10%)
4. Screenshot of all router’s routing tables. (15%)
5. Upload your packet tracer project file. (10%)
*To configure a static route you can use: IP route
Repeat steps 1-3 to configure the network topology Figure 1 shows but this time dynamically using the RIP algorithm and DHCP. Please answer and submit the following: 1 Show your configuration of PC1, PC2, and PC3 as DHCP clients and the corresponding routers as DHCP servers. (5%)
2 Show proof of successful connectivity between all your PCs (10%)
3 Screenshots of your router’s routing tables. (15%)
4 Screenshots of the IP addresses assigned to all PCs and routers’ interfaces. (10%)
5 Upload your packet tracer project file (10%)

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a linux practice test / quiz and need support to h

Learning Goal: I’m working on a linux practice test / quiz and need support to help me learn.the questions in the word fileQuiz InstructionsPreface:In this lab you are now starting to use some of the common Linux commands using the Command Line Interface (CLI). Yes, there are window utilities and applications that provide similar functionality. However, using CLI commands often provide more detailed control of the system and can be used in script files to automate these functions, unlike their window counterparts.NOTES:Make sure you complete your reading assignment before attempting this lab exercise.
You may use your text, the Linux help system, or the web to complete this lab on or before the Due Date.
You will be using your Linux system to perform various tasks as instructed in this lab.
The lab step-by-step instructions are included in the questions in this “quiz”.
You are to follow the instructions provided, complete the tasks outlined in each step and enter your answers in this quiz as instructed.
You will provide answers to these questions as indicated based on the results of the commands you will use.
Note that many Linux commands will not return any visible result or feedback from the system and this may be the proper response based on successful command completion.
Also, note that some commands may not work correctly if a previous command was not completed successfully. You will have to determine if the command you entered was successful. If the command was not successful, you may need to find the previous command that didn’t work and correct any earlier errors to make sure you successfully complete each step as you work in this lab.
If your command doesn’t work correctly it may be due to not entering the command correctly. You have to make sure you use the correct command syntax. A Unix/Linux command has various components, each separated by spaces.command
options
arguments
For example, the command to display files in the current directory is ls (this is lowercase letters L and S). There is an option to display additional information about each file, -l. And argument would be to list files in a specific directory such /homeThe command would be:ls -l /homeNote that there are spaces between command, the option and the argument.In other words, if I use to replace the spaces in the command I used in the example above, it would look as follows:ls-l/homeThis only shows were you would type in the space between the command elements, that that you would type in the characters.If your command doesn’t work as expected or you receive and error that there is “no such file”, it may be because you omitted some required spaces. Make sure the command you select for your answer does work correctly before your use it as your answer.
For answers where you have to respond with a statement of fact or observation, you answer must be in your own words, unless you are requested to provide citable content, in which case an MLA formatted citation must be provided. And your answer must be between 30 and 200 words.
Requirements: normal

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a linux exercise and need guidance to help me lear

Learning Goal: I’m working on a linux exercise and need guidance to help me learn.
Please check attached
Assignment 2 on page 16