Filesystems – Shuffle Q/A 2

34. When partitioning a disk and formatting a filesystem, what happens if you choose the “full format” option? Select all that apply.

  • Windows will scan the target drive for errors and bad sections.
  • The formatting process will complete in less time.
  • The formatting process will take longer.
  • The allocation unit size will be larger.

35. What can the Windows Memory Manager do? Select all that apply.

  • Format and partition memory
  • Map virtual memory to physical memory
  • Stores the user’s favorite photo memories in a virtual album
  • Copy pages of memory to be read as needed by programs

36. What is a swap file or swap space?

  • A dedicated area of the hard drive used for virtual memory
  • An online forum for swapping files
  • A file that acts as a drive partition
  • An Exchange file

37. What happens when you format a filesystem on a partition?

  • You mount a new physical storage device.
  • You eject a storage device.
  • Your machine switches between operating systems.
  • The partition becomes a volume.

38. What is the maximum volume size for an MBR partition?

  • Two terabytes.
  • Two gigabytes.
  • One terabyte.
  • 1024 megabytes.

39. In Linux, when running parted in interactive mode, what happens when you enter the command mklabel gpt?

  • You specify the file system format for a partition on the selected disk.
  • You specify a partition table type for the selected disk.
  • You rename the selected disk.
  • You mount a partition on the selected disk.

Devendra Kumar

Project Management Apprentice at Google

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