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OS General Concepts Interview Questions And Answers

Operating Systems Windows Linux Unix and Mac :: OS General Concepts Job Interview Questions and Answers

OS General Concepts frequently Asked Questions in various OS General Concepts job Interviews by interviewer. The set of OS General Concepts interview questions here ensures that you offer a perfect answer to the interview questions posed to you. Get preparation of OS General Concepts job interview

1 List the Coffmans conditions that lead to a deadlock?
2 Explain Beladys Anomaly?
3 Explain the concept of Reentrancy?
4 Tell me While running DOS on a PC, which command would be used to duplicate the entire diskette?
5 Do you know about paged segmentation and segment paging?
6 Explain Demand paging, page faults, replacement algorithms, thrashing?
7 What is Difference between Primary storage and secondary storage?
8 Do you know What are the different functions of Syntax phase, Scheduler?
9 Tell me What are the different tasks of Lexical analysis?
10 Differentiate between Complier and Interpreter?
11 Do you know What is cache memory?
12 Explain What is DRAM? In which form does it store data?
13 Explain What is the difference between Authoritative restore & Non-Authoritative restore?
14 Suppose we have one root domain & two child domain, then in total how many FSMO roles i will have in entire forest?
15 What is batch programming in DOS?
16 Who was the discover Mouse and When?
17 What is the full form of "windows xp"?
18 What is virtual memory?How we can increase or decrease the virtual memory?
19 What are multi core operating systems?
20 How to install operating system through USB pen drive?
21 In general what is paging? and segmaentation?
22 Explain in which situation we use sjf scheduling algorithm?

2012-10-12 04:43:49

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