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ZFS Quick Tutorial, a Powerfull File System
ZFS Quick Tutorial, a Powerfull File System
This is a quick tutorial on powerful ZFS filesystem. It works in FreeBSD, Solaris and Linux (fuse-fs).
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Yeah - Learn Linux: Maintain the integrity of filesystems
Yeah - Learn Linux: Maintain the integrity of filesystems
Learn how to check the integrity of your Linux filesystems, monitor free space, and fix simple problems. Use the material in this article to study for the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) 101 exam for Linux system administrator certification—or just to check your filesystems and keep them in good working order, especially after a system crash or power loss.
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Installing and Using Hadoop
Installing and Using Hadoop
Learn to install configure and use the open source Hadoop framework from the Apache Foundation. Basic installation, configuration, executing jobs, and using the HDFS filesystem and the Web GUI.
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Working with filesystems using NFSV4 ACLs
Working with filesystems using NFSV4 ACLs
Here's a great cheet sheet on managing NFSv4 ACLs on different filesystem with different commands. This article discusses and compares the different commands that you might use to migrate from one filesystem to another.
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This article covers cp, tar, and rsync, that can aid with the security of the synchronization of UNI
This article covers cp, tar, and rsync, that can aid with the security of the synchronization of UNI
There are many tools available that allow you to synchronize files across UNIX directories, but doing it effectively, and securely, takes a little bit more effort. This article looks at solutions for synchronizing files across UNIX filesystems and different computer systems securely, and at solutions that allow you to synchronize encrypted versions of your files for the purposes of backup.
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Resources on the IBM AIX Network Authentication Service
Resources on the IBM AIX Network Authentication Service
This article provides developers and administrators with a listing of the developerWorks articles that cover configuration, administration, interoperability, Kerberized filesystems (NFS V4), and different Kerberized login modules based on the IBM AIX Network Authentication Service (NAS).
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how to show filesystems with usage greater than 80%
how to show filesystems with usage greater than 80%
how to show filesystems with usage greater than 80%
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how to find which filesystem is causing your df command to hang in Solaris
how to find which filesystem is causing your df command to hang in Solaris
how to find which filesystem is causing your df command to hang in Solaris
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lsfs - how to find fragment size and number of bytes per inode (nbpi) for a filesystem in…
lsfs - how to find fragment size and number of bytes per inode (nbpi) for a filesystem in…
lsfs - how to find fragment size and number of bytes per inode (nbpi) for a filesystem in IBM AIX
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how to find files greater than a particular size on one filesystem only
how to find files greater than a particular size on one filesystem only
how to find files greater than a particular size on one filesystem only
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chfs - add concurrent i/o in IBM AIX 5L for JFS2 filesystem
chfs - add concurrent i/o in IBM AIX 5L for JFS2 filesystem
chfs - add concurrent i/o in IBM AIX 5L for JFS2 filesystem
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how to move the data in a partition to another filesystem using ufsdump and ufsrestore in…
how to move the data in a partition to another filesystem using ufsdump and ufsrestore in…
how to move the data in a partition to another filesystem using ufsdump and ufsrestore in Sun Solaris
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Discover the Boost Filesystem Library
Discover the Boost Filesystem Library
In the past, programmers have had to use native APIs to work around the problem. Discover a library that provides a safe, portable, and easy-to-use C++ interface to facilitate file system operations: the Boost Filesystem Library.
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cpio - copy source directory or filesystem to a another destination
cpio - copy source directory or filesystem to a another destination
cpio - copy source directory or filesystem to a another destination
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The Coda Distributed Filesystem for Linux
The Coda Distributed Filesystem for Linux
Bill von Hagen continues his thorough examination of the distributed filessystems available for the Linux platform. In this report, he explores the Coda distributed filesystem that provided much of the inspiration for InterMezzo and gives readers a detailed tutorial on how to implement Coda for themselves.
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