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CS604 OPERATING SYSTEMS QUIZ MCQS OBJECTIVE QUSETIONS

CS604-Operating Systems Quiz #Objective #Questions

1. Bounded Buffer is a buffer of ___ size.

  • Variable
  • Fixed ✔

2. Which could not be the advantage of thread?

  • Separate address space
  • Quick response
  • Economical ✔
  • Best in a multiprocessing environment
3. ___ scheduler takes the process from the ready queue and assigns the CPU with the help of  Dispatcher.
  • Long term
  • Short term ✔
  • Medium-term
  • Swapper

4. First ___ entries in Per Process File Descriptor Table are used as soon as the process is created.

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

5. Which part of the computer system helps in managing the file and memory management system?

  • Operating system ✔
  • Device Drivers
  • Application software
  • Hardware

6. Swapper is also termed as Short term scheduler.

  • True
  • False ✔

7. A time-sharing system is:

  • Multi-user
  • Multitasking
  • Interactive
  • All of these ✔

8. The main characteristic of a Real-time system is:

  • Efficiency ✔
  • Large Virtual Memory
  • The large secondary storage device
  • Usability

9. Linux uses ___ directory to store system configuration files.

  • /bin
  • /dev
  • /boot
  • /etc ✔

10. A Process ‘A’ that has finished working but its parent process has also finished its execution. In this state, the process ‘A’ will be called as___.

  • Child
  • Thread
  • Zombie ✔
  • Fork

11. The problem with priority scheduling algorithm is ___

  • Deadlock
  • Starvation
  • Aging
  • Nice value

12. The priorities of processes in the ___ group remain fixed

  • Kernel
  • User

13. Batch programs are usually ___ programs

  • Interactive
  • Non-interactive
  • Foreground
  • Preemptive

14. The number of processes completed per unit time is called ___

  • Turn around time
  • Throughput
  • Response time
  • Dispatch latency

15. A process is said to be in critical section if it executes code that manipulates shared data

  • True
  • False

16. When processes are generated using fork() system call and then after that they are coordinated with each other using IPC channel. They are utilizing a separate address space for each of process (parent, child),, kernel resouces and IPC channel. This makes it a more heavy. Which strategy can be used to make it light?

  • Termination of child process when these become more
  • Scheduling of each process
  • Use of threads
  • Use of Batch systems

17. Kernel is responsible for scheduling the user level threads

  • True
  • False

18. In Unix/Linux environment Ali wants to know the number of processes running on the system and their status, number of CPUs in the system and their usage, amount of main memory and its usage. Which of the following command will help in this regard?

  • $ ps
  • $ gcc
  • $ fifo
  • $ top

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CS604 Operating Systems Quiz MCQs Lecture 23-45 FinalTerm Objective Questions | SUPERSTARWEBTECH

CS604 OPERATING SYSTEMS QUIZ MCQS OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS

CS604-Operating Systems Quiz #Objective #Questions #FinalTerm

1. Assume a logical address space of 16 pages of 1024 words, each mapped into a physical memory of 32 frames, Each word consists of 2 bytes. What will be the total number of bits required for p (page number)?

  • 4 bits ✔
  • 8 bits
  • 16 bits
  • 32 bits

2. ___ algorithm is used in Deadlock avoidance.

  • Bakery
  • Banker’s
  • Mutual exclusion
  • Safe Sequence ✔

3. Assume a logical address space of 16 pages of  1024 words, each mapped into a physical memory of 32 frames. Each word consists of 2 bytes. What will be the total number of bits required for f (frames)?

  • 5 ✔
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8

4. Access of variable Semaphore is possible only through two atomic operation ___ and ___.

  • TestAndSet, Swap
  • Lock, key
  • Boolean, integer
  • Wait, signal ✔

5. If a system is not in a safe state, there can be NO deadlocks.

  • True
  • False ✔

6. Address binding will be ___ in Multiprogramming with Variable Tasks (MVT)

  • Dynamic ✔
  • Static
  • Variable
  • Fixed

7. The ___ requires that one a writer is ready, that the writer performs its write as soon as possible. In other words, if a writer is waiting to access the object, no new readers may start reading.

  • first readers-writers problem
  • second readers-writers problem ✔
  • third readers-writers problem
  • fourth readers-writers problem

8. In ___ technique, memory is divided into several fixed-size partitions.

  • Swapping
  • Overlays
  • Multiprogramming with Fixed Tasks (MFT) ✔
  • Multiprogramming with Variable Tasks (MVT)

9. The problem of deadlocks can be solved by ___ method(s).

  • Deadlock prevention
  • Deadlock avoidance
  • Allowing deadlock to occur, then detect and recover
  • All of the given ✔

10. ___ is caused due to un-used space in fixed-size blocks/pages.

  • Internal fragmentation ✔
  • External fragmentation
  • Paging
  • MVT

11. It is not possible to run a program whose size is greater than the size of the main memory.

  • True
  • False 

12. How does a logical-address space is represented?

  • Through Critical section
  • Through segments

13. ___ is the separation of user logical memory from physical memory.

  • ROM
  • Physical memory
  • Virtual memory
  • None

14. A ___ system is similar to paging system with swapping.

  • Context switching
  • Demand paging
  • Page fault
  • None

15. Each page is a power of ___ bytes long in paging scheme.

  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

16. Segmentation is a memory management scheme that supports ___?

  • Programmer’s view memory
  • System’s view of memory
  • Hardware view of memory
  • None

17. ___ keep in memory only those instructions and data that are needed at any given time.

  • Fragmentation
  • Paging
  • Swapping
  • Overlays

18. The collection of processes that is waiting on the disk to be bought into the memory for execution forms the ___

  • Input queue
  • Output queue
  • Both input and output queue
  • None

19. Following schemes allow efficient implementations of page tables EXCEPT

  • Hashed Page Table
  • Hierarchical/Multilevel Paging
  • Inverted Page Table
  • Binary Page Table

20. Overlays are implemented by the ___

  • Operating system
  • Programmer
  • Kernel
  • Shell

21. A page table needed for keeping track of pages of the page table is called ___

  • 2-level paging
  • Page Directory
  • Page size
  • Page table size

22. The segment table maps the ___ to physical addresses.

  • Page addresses
  • Shared page addresses
  • One-dimensional logical addresses
  • Two-dimensional logical addresses

23. What do we name to an address that is generated by the CPU?

  • Logical address
  • Physical address
  • Binary address
  • None

24. Intel is basically designed for following Operating Systems except ___

  • MULTICS
  • OS/2
  • Windows
  • Linux

25. ___ holds the smallest legal physical memory address for a process.

  • Base register
  • Limit register
  • Index register
  • Stack pointers register

26. ___ register contains the size of the process.

  • Base register
  • Index register
  • Limit register
  • Stack pointers register

27. Intel 80386 used paged segmentation with ___ level paging.

  • One
  • Two
  • Three
  • Four

28. In pages segmentation, the logical addresses is legal if d is ___ segment length.

  • Less than
  • Greater than
  • Equal to
  • Greater than or equal to

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