Learn Linux, 101: Create partitions and filesystems

... so you might find it more convenient to use one of these tools to ... LVM) for Linux allows you to combine multiple physical storage devices ...

Learn Linux, 101: Create partitions and filesystems

... using parted . We will now add two more Linux filesystem partitions using the mkpart subcommand. You could use the mkpartfs ... mkpart as shown in Listing 18. Listing 18. Using mkpart to add two Linux filesystem partitions (parted) mkpartPartition name? []? "Linux filesystem"File system type? [ ...

Resizing Linux partitions, Part 1: Basics

... to resize partitions The easiest way to resize partitions in Linux is to use the GUI GParted program. Although you can run ... developerWorks, February 2009) describes common Linux and UNIX partitions and ... them. " Linux on 4KB-sector disks: Practical advice " (developerWorks, April ...

Resizing Linux partitions, Part 2: Advanced resizing

... is the most user-friendly way to resize partitions in Linux, if just one operation is causing problems, using an underlying text-mode utility, such as resize2fs , ...

Common threads: Learning Linux LVM, Part 1

... thephysical storage resources that are going to be used for LVM. Typically, theseare standard partitions but can also be Linux software RAID volumes that we'vecreated. In LVM ...

Embedded Linux applications: An overview

... Sysvinit is the most used init package for Linux. We will use init and the C version of the start-stop-daemon. Read the LILO documentation . Go to the LFS-HOWTO to create a new partition, and an ext2file system on the new partition. ...

Managing the Protein Data Bank with DB2 pureXML

... of PDB information would be stored in DB2 using only approximately40.7 GB ... partitioning Despite the significant reduction in space consumption, the ...

Ganglia and Nagios, Part 2: Monitor enterprise clusters with Nagios

... of Nagios objects. The definition of the Root Partition uses local-service definitions that in turn use the ... groups to share: define host { name dallas-management use linux-server hostgroups dallas-cloud-management # TEMPLATE! register 0} ...

Best practices for tuning DB2 UDB v8.1 and its databases

... the long-term average. If you are using Linux, use the "iostat –d –x 3" command to enable ...

Linux system development on an embedded device

... OFS_APPEND /* Append after kernel section */ } } The above partition table uses the MTD_BLOCK interface to partition the flash ... is known as Nano-X. Nano-X is used on Linux. It is an X-like API intended for ...

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