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Anatomy of the Linux file system

Search result description:Oct 30, 2007 ... When it comes to file systems, Linux is the Swiss Army knife of operating systems. Linux supports a large number of file systems, from ...
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Learn Linux, 101: Create partitions and filesystems

Search result description:Dec 4, 2012 ... Finally, you learned that a Linux filesystem contains files that are arranged on a disk or other block storage device in directories. As with many ...
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Anatomy of the Linux virtual file system switch

Search result description:Aug 31, 2009 ... Linux is the very definition of flexibility and extensibility. Take the virtual file system switch (VFS). You can create file systems on a variety of ...
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Learn Linux, 101: Manage file permissions and ownership

Search result description:Jan 27, 2016 ... You can use the material in this tutorial to study for the LPI 101 exam for Linux system administrator certification, or just to learn about file ...
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General Parallel File System (GPFS) : Linux

Search result description:IBM Spectrum Scale version 4.1 Quick Start Guide for Linux .... Mount the file system on all nodes using the mmmountcommand: mmmount fs1 -a ...
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Next-generation Linux file systems: NiLFS(2) and exofs

Search result description:Oct 31, 2009 ... Linux continues to innovate in the area of file systems. It supports the largest variety of file systems of any operating system. It also provides ...
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Anatomy of Linux journaling file systems

Search result description:Jun 4, 2008 ... But today, a journaling file system (ext3) is the default in Linux. Discover the ideas behind journaling file systems, and learn how they provide ...
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Anatomy of Linux flash file systems

Search result description:May 20, 2008 ... This article introduces you to flash file systems for Linux, and explores how they care for their underlying consumable devices (flash parts) ...
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Access the Linux kernel using the /proc filesystem

Search result description:Mar 14, 2006 ... The /proc filesystem is a virtual filesystem that permits a novel approach for communication between the Linux kernel and user space. In the ...
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Learn Linux, 101: Control mounting and unmounting of filesystems

Search result description:Oct 20, 2010 ... The Linux filesystem is one big tree rooted at /, and yet we have filesystems on different devices and partitions. How do we resolve this ...
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Network file systems and Linux

Search result description:Nov 10, 2010 ... Network File System (NFS) has been around since 1984, but it continues to evolve and provide the basis for distributed file systems. Today ...
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Learn Linux, 101: Hard disk layout

Search result description:Aug 13, 2015 ... A Linux filesystem contains files that are arranged on a disk or other block storage device in directories. As with many other systems, directories ...
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Linux initial RAM disk (initrd) overview

Search result description:Jul 31, 2006 ... The Linux initial RAM disk (initrd) is a temporary root file system that is mounted during system boot to support the two-state boot process.
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Anatomy of Ext4 file system

Search result description:Feb 17, 2009 ... Although ext4 is not currently the standard, it will be the next default file system for most Linux® distributions. Get to know ext4, and discover ...
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Develop your own filesystem with FUSE

Search result description:Feb 28, 2006 ... With Filesystem in Userspace (FUSE), you can develop a user space ... you can create your own fully functional filesystem in user space in Linux.
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