Search result description:Oct 30, 2007 ... This article explores the virtual file system (VFS)—sometimes called the virtual
filesystem switch—in the Linux kernel and then reviews some of ...
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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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Search result description:Oct 22, 2013 ... If your Linux computer fails to boot after a kernel upgrade, disk swap, ... Because
these files reside in a normal Linux file system, the earlier boot ...
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Search result description:Aug 31, 2009 ... As CD-ROMs are inserted and removed, the Linux kernel must adapt to these
new file systems with different contents and structure. A remote ...
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Search result description:Jun 6, 2007 ... The virtual file system (VFS) is an interesting aspect of the Linux kernel because
it provides a common interface abstraction for file systems.
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Search result description:Mar 19, 2013 ... Enabling the Linux kernel to trace block I/O events .... The Ftrace uses the file
system debugfs to hold its control files and the files used for ...
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Search result description:Jul 31, 2006 ... The Linux initial RAM disk (initrd) is a temporary root file system that is ... The
kernel then mounts this initrd as part of the two-stage boot process ...
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Search result description:Jun 4, 2010 ... A recent addition to Linux's impressive selection of file systems is Ceph, ... you
can now find Ceph in the mainline Linux kernel (since 2.6.34).
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Search result description:Jul 5, 2016 ... Linux kernel was working with 3.0.101-68-default but not now with 3.0.101-77-
default - and yes, I did run /usr/lpp/mmfs/bin/mmbuildgpl.
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Search result description:May 31, 2006 ... Instead of using raw sectors on the disk, as LILO does, GRUB can load a Linux
kernel from an ext2 or ext3 file system. It does this by making the ...
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Search result description:Feb 28, 2006 ... Now let's create a filesystem so you can access your AFS space on a Linux box
with latest kernel, using an older Linux kernel. You will have ...
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Search result description:The /proc filesystem is one of Linux's great features, and this article gives you a ...
Linux provides a really neat way for administrators to change the kernel while ...
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Search result description:Apr 6, 2010 ... Efficient and effective file system event-monitoring in the 2.6 kernel ... of this
article, prior to the final integration of inotify in the Linux kernel.
Search result URL:http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/l-inotify/
Search result description:Mar 11, 2009 ... Another culprit could be the fact that your Linux kernel needs to mount the root
file system, but it can't find the target device. In other words, your ...
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Search result description:Oct 11, 2013 ... vmlinuz: vmlinuz is the name of the Linux kernel executable. vmlinuz is ... The
initial RAM disk (initrd) is an initial root file system that is mounted ...
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