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In OS buffers, there are unbounded buffers and bounded buffers. The key difference between buffers is that producers can send as much as they want in an unbounded buffer because there is no practical limit on the size and this means only consumers may wait, but producers never do in an unbounded buffer. While in bounded buffers, producers and consumers wait.

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