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CS609 ALL Current Final Term Papers Fall 2016 & Past Final Term Papers at One Place from 25 February 2017 to 08 March 2017

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MCQS for Moaz File Mostly..

1.how can we read / write the disk block when LSN is given

2.why it is not feasiable to calculate FS infor block information again and again FAT32

3.how descriptor describes a memory segment and what are the attribute of memory segment

4.Where reserved sector = 1 and sector per FAT = 9. Use appropriate assumption where needed

5.Write three Data Structures for Memory DOS use

6.Write down the purpose of interrupt 12H and interrupt 15H/88H

7.Define Head, Sector, Tracks

8.How a NTFS volume can be accessed in DOS

9. GDT,LDT and IDT entries

1. calculate the sector#for the following cluster 1CH
We have following information
Block per cluster = 8
First user block number = 20

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QNO:13:Find the root directory sector. Where reserved sector = 1 and sector per
FAT = 9. Use appropriate assumption where needed? 5 Marks
Ans: Ans: Root directory sector can find by this formula Reserved Sectors + 2 * (size of FAT) So, Root DIR
Sector = Reserved Sectors + 2 * (size of FAT) = 1 + 2 * 9 = 19

ram checks the extended memory size using int 15H/88H and reports its size.
QNO36: Explain the bits 0,1,2 of 64 status port ? [ 3 marks]
Ans: Port 64H Status Register • Bits 0 = (1 = Output Buffer full) • Bits 1 = (1 = Input Buffer full)
• Bits 2 = (Null)

d from the Partition Table + Boot Block
QNO51: Write down the anatomy of NTFS based file system?
Ans: The FAT and root directory has been replaced by the MFT. It will generally have two copies the
other copy will be a mirror image of the original. Rests of the blocks are reserved for user data. In the
middle of the volume is a copy of the first 16 MTF record which are very important to the system.

Number of reserved blocks=2 Number of blocks in FAT= 7 Number of blocks in root directory=32 Find the number of systems blocks. make the appropriate assumptions when needed.
Answer: Now in the example sector per FAT is unknown.
No. of System Area Blocks = Reserved Block + Sector per FAT * No. of FAT’s + No. of entries *
Root dir =reserved sector+2*sector per FAT 2*sector per FAT= Root dir - reserved sector=32-2=30
Sector per FAT=30/2=15
No. of System Area Blocks = 2 + 15 * 7 + 32=151

defragmnter

 

Defragmentation Software reserves space for each file in contiguous block by moving the data in clusters and Re-adjusting.
• As a result of defragmentation the FAT entries will change and data will move from one cluster to other localized cluster to reduce seek time.
• Defragmentation has high computation cost and thus cannot be performe d frequently

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