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How the Kernel handles the fork() system call in traditional Unix and in the System V Unix, while swapping?

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Kernel in traditional Unix, makes the duplicate copy of the parent’s address space and attaches it to the child’s process, while swapping. Kernel in System V Unix, manipulates the region tables, page table, and pfdata table entries, by incrementing the reference count of the region table of shared regions.
 
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