Q 1. Suppose we have a 1.5-GHz CPU to which the following three I/O devices are connected:
Polling requires 300 instructions for each I/O device. Students are required to compute the percentage of CPU time required to poll each device.
Q 2. Instead of polling, we want to use interrupts for handling the DVD drive. Keeping in view the DVD drive to be active only 12% of the time, you are required to compute the percentage of CPU time for handling it.
Note: Interrupt and polling requires the same amount of instructions.
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Idea for question 1
Assume that three I/O devices are connected to a 32-bit, 10 MIPS CPU. The first device is a hard drive with a maximum transfer rate of 1MB/sec. It has a 32-bit bus. The second device is a floppy drive with a transfer rate of 25KB/sec over a 16-bit bus, and the third device is a keyboard that must be polled thirty times per second. Assuming that the polling operation requires 20 instructions for each I/O device, determine the percentage of CPU time required to poll each device.
The hard drive can transfer 1MB/sec or 250 K 32-bit words every second. Thus, this hard drive should be polled using at least this rate.
Using 1K=210, the number of CPU instructions required would be
250 x 210 x 20 = 5120000 instructions per second.
Percentage of CPU time required for polling is
(5.12 x 106)/ (10 x106) = 51.2%
The floppy disk can transfer 25K/2= 12.5 x 210 half-words per second. It should be polled with at least this rate. The number of CPU instructions
required will be 12.5 x 210 x 20 = 256,000 instructions per second.
Therefore, the percentage of CPU time required for polling is
(0.256 x 106)/ (10 x 106) = 2.56%.
For the keyboard, the number of instructions required for polling is
30 x 20 = 600 instructions per second.
Therefore, the percentage of CPU time spent in polling is
600 / (10 x 106) = 0.006%
It is clear from this example that while it is acceptable to use polling for a keyboard or a floppy drive, it is very risky to use polling for the hard drive. In general, for devices with a high data rate, the use of polling is not adequate.
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