SDK Interview Questions
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what is FAT?.

Mascot, Nile Bank, Campus Interview, MIS,

12 11454

API used to hide window

Microsoft, Wipro, TCS,

2 6043

what is the operating system of mac?

3 3937




List reasons why a Mode switch between threads may be cheaper than a Mode switch between processes?

2 12333

What is the difference among deadlock avoidance, detection and prevention?

3 17973

What items of information about a task might be useful in real time scheduling?

3306

Discuss some of the reasons for implementing process migration ? How is the process address space handled during process migration?

TCS,

1 3837

Write short note on Dynamic memory allocation algorithm.

2 6427




can you create con folder in windows, if not why?

3 3656

what is difference between fat & ntfs

Polaris, Allied Digital, Bluecom, DynPro, RMIC,

40 66797

Which file system allow as much fragmentation FAT32 or NTFS?

2 6004

what has triggered the need for multitasking in PCs?

TCS,

1 2783

what is active directory

TCS, Sysnet,

6 4075

if You do not cd drive then how will u format c drive ?

5 3994

In the Disk Management for all the drives , "Delete Partition" is in disabled mode ? so plzzz help me to get in enabled mode .

Sidhi,

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what is a property sheet?

1248


Explain the process control block of UNIX ?

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What items of information about a task might be useful in real time scheduling?

3306


Let us suppose one application needs 2GB RAM to run and dependent plugins will be load while running application. Here My doubt is how many processes will create for this application. I know the concept of virtual memory, which will provide RAM on demand. My straight forward question is what is the size of the process and is it single process will create by operating system to complete the task of my application.??? Thanks in Advance.

1239


What is LOM and how do you access it?

1147






some os have a tree structure file system that limits the depth of a tree and small number of levels.what limit does this have on user? how does this simplify file system design?

645


absolute path gives the location a file or directory in reference to a rile directory while relative path is a path given file starting from another file. explain?

539


If you tries to mount a share ( home directory )in a client machine, and it fails how do u approach?

1155


What is the difference among deadlock avoidance, detection and prevention?

17973


if you are using external package for configuring send mail what is the name of the package?

1109


What is direct mount and indirect monut?

1317


how make a bootable dick

1624


when affected the system from virus , which paths will be it stored in system ?

1158


directories can be implemented either special files that can only be accused in limited ways or can be implemented as ordinary data files. what are advantages and disadvantages of this approach?

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