A directory of Objective Type Questions covering all the Computer Science subjects.

1.
1) Consider the two statements.

(A) A network operating system, the users access remote resources in the same manner as local resource.
(B) In a distributed operating system, the user can access remote resources either by logging into the appropriate remote machine or transferring data from the remote machine to their own machine. Which of the statement is true?
a. A true, B false
b. B true, A false
c. Both A and B false
d. Both A and B true
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Answer: (c).Both A and B false

2.
Number of CPU registers in a system depends on ____________. 
a. Operating system
b. Computer Architecture
c. Computer Organization
d. None of the above
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Answer: (b).Computer Architecture

3.
Distributed OS works on the ________ principle. 
a. File Foundation
b. Single system image
c. Multi system image
d. Networking image
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Answer: (b).Single system image

4.
Super computers typically employ _______. 
a. Real time Operating system
b. Multiprocessors OS
c. desktop OS
d. None of the above
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Answer: (b).Multiprocessors OS

5.
Distributed systems have ?
a. high security
b. better resource sharing
c. better system utilization
d. low system overhead
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Answer: (b).better resource sharing

6.
Which amongst the following is not an advantage of Distributed systems?
a. Reliability
b. Incremental growth
c. Resource sharing
d. None of the above
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Answer: (a).Reliability

7.
Multiprogramming systems:
a. Are easier to develop than single programming systems
b. Execute each job faster
c. Execute more jobs in the same time period
d. Are used only one large mainframe computers
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Answer: (c).Execute more jobs in the same time period

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