Options: (A)interprets the interrupt calls (B) restores the status of the CPU after a function call (C) interprets the input from a keyboard and converts the input into its binary equivalent (D) checks the status of the I/O devices 24
Options: Where the before-images are applied to the database, Where the after-images are applied to the database, Where the after-images and before-images are applied to the database, Switching to an existing copy of the database
2.In memory management :A-Fixed allocation policy, B-Variable allocation policy: 1-It gives a process a fixed number of frames in main memory within which to execute. 2-It allows the number of page frames allocated to a process to be varied over the life time of the process. 3-In it a number of allocated frames are decided at initial load time.
Options: (A)A â€“ 1, 3, B â€“ 2 (B) A â€“ 1, B â€“ 3 (C) A â€“ 2, B â€“ 1, 3 (D) A â€“ 1, 2, B â€“ 3 11
Options: to provide complete file naming freedom to the users and to permit controlled sharing of files, to provide for long and short term storage of files with appropriate economic tradeoffs., to provide security against loss of information due to system failure, all of the above