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To ensure that the hold and wait condition never occurs in the system, we must guaranty that whenever a process requests a resource it does not hold any other resources. There are two protocols to handle these problems such as one protocol that can be used requires each process to request and be allocated all its resources before it begins execution. The other protocol allows a process to request resources only when the process has no resource. These protocols have two main disadvantages. First, resource utilization may be low, since many of the resources may be allocated but unused for a long period. Second, starvation is possible. A process that needs several popular resources may have to wait indefinitely, because at least one of the resources that it needs is always allocated to some other process.

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