|Install and configure General Parallel File System (GPFS) on xSeries
Walk through a simple General Parallel File System (GPFS) implementation. In the Linux(R) world today, you have a variety of file systems available, such as ext2, ext3, ReiserFS, JFS, and so on. Similarly, in the clustered environment, you need a file system that can scale well, give better throughput, and provide high fault tolerance. The IBM GPFS fits the bill. It has large block size support with wide striping, parallel access to files from multiple nodes, token management, and more.
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|Articles||21 Mar 2006|
|LPI exam 201 prep: Filesystem
In this tutorial, David Mertz continues preparing you to take the Linux Professional Institute Intermediate Level Administration (LPIC-2) Exam 201. In this third of eight tutorials, you will learn how to control the mounting and un-mounting of filesystems, examine existing filesystems, create filesystems, and perform remedial actions on damaged filesystems.
|Tutorial||31 Aug 2005|
|Anatomy of Linux journaling file systems
In recent history, journaling file systems were viewed as an oddity and thought of primarily in terms of research. But today, a journaling file system (ext3) is the default in Linux. Discover the ideas behind journaling file systems, and learn how they provide better integrity in the face of a power failure or system crash. Learn about the various journaling file systems in use today, and peek into the next generation of journaling file systems.
|Articles||04 Jun 2008|