Resource Protection-II MCQ’s

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This set of Embedded System Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Resource Protection-II”.

1. What is the nature of the swap file in the Windows NT?
a) static
b) dynamic
c) linear
d) non-linear

2. How many modes are used to isolate the kernel and the other components of the operating system?
a) 2
b) 3
c) 4
d) 5

3. What is the size of the swap file in Windows 3.1?
a) 25 Mbytes
b) 30 Mbytes
c) 50 Mbytes
d) 100 Mbytes

4. Which are the two modes used in the isolation of the kernel and the user?
a) real mode and virtual mode
b) real mode and user mode
c) user mode and kernel mode
d) kernel mode and real mode

5. What limits the amount of virtual memory in Windows 3.1?
a) size of the swap file
b) nature of swap file
c) static file
d) dynamic file

6. Which of the following uses a swap file to provide the virtual memory?
a) windows NT
b) kernel
c) memory
d) memory management unit

7. Which mode uses 16 higher real-time class priority levels?
a) real mode
b) user mode
c) kernel mode
d) protected mode

8. What is the size of the linear address in the virtual memory manager?
a) 2 Gbytes
b) 12 Gbytes
c) 4 Gbytes
d) 16 Gbytes

9. Which of the following must be used to isolate the access in the user mode?
a) device driver
b) software driver
c) on-chip memory
d) peripherals

10. Which of the following control and supervises the memory requirements of an operating system?
a) processor
b) physical memory manager
c) virtual memory manager
d) ram

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