Disk-Mgmt

How to: Linux Group Disk Quota Implementation

Click here If you are looking for Linux User Disk Quota Implementation in Linux. Here in this post we are going to discus how to implement Linux Group quota. Many people will ask why we require group quota if we have user quota? I will explain this with an example. In companies people will work(…)

Linux Ext2 VS Ext3 File Systems in Linux

The differences between Ext2 and Ext3 file systems are as follows. Sl.No EXT2 EXT3 Journaling No journaling Has journaling Speed of file system(read-write) Bit faster Bit slower then ext2 file-system Data corruption File system may be corrupted due to unplanned reboots Prevents file-system corruption Way to recover data Require fsck to recover data after unplanned(…)

Linux Virtual File System

Can we create a file system (i.e. formatting a drive/partition) with in a file system?Looks little bit strange is int it? So follow me I will show you how to create a virtual partition and file system within a partition. Step1 : Create a empty file with /dev/zero with size equal to 50Mb.#dd if=/dev/zero of=/temp/vf0(…)

Implementing ext3 partations and mounting

Please visit http://www.linuxnix.com for more linux admin stuff Related posts: Disk management – I ( Formating with ext2,ext3) Implementing ext2 mounting Implementing RAID0 Implementing RAID5 Implementing RAID1 Logical Volume Manager (LVM) in Redhat linux Unconfiguring RAID0 Unconfiguring RAID1 in Redhat Unconfiguring RAID5 in Redhat Why we can create only up to 4 primary partations? Linux(…)

Implementing ext2 mounting

Please visit http://www.linuxnix.com for more linux admin stuff Related posts: Implementing ext3 partations and mounting Disk management – I ( Formating with ext2,ext3) Implementing RAID0 Implementing RAID5 Implementing RAID1 Logical Volume Manager (LVM) in Redhat linux Unconfiguring RAID5 in Redhat Unconfiguring RAID1 in Redhat Unconfiguring RAID0 Linux Ext2 VS Ext3 File Systems in Linux Mounting(…)

Unconfiguring RAID5 in Redhat

Please visit http://www.linuxnix.com for more linux admin stuff Related posts: Unconfiguring RAID1 in Redhat Implementing RAID5 Unconfiguring RAID0 Logical Volume Manager (LVM) in Redhat linux Implementing RAID1 Implementing RAID0 Implementing ext3 partations and mounting Implementing ext2 mounting How to implement RAID10? RAID01 Vs RAID10 Disk management – I ( Formating with ext2,ext3)

Implementing RAID5

Please visit http://www.linuxnix.com for more linux admin stuff Related posts: Unconfiguring RAID5 in Redhat Implementing RAID1 Implementing RAID0 Implementing ext2 mounting Implementing ext3 partations and mounting Unconfiguring RAID0 Unconfiguring RAID1 in Redhat Logical Volume Manager (LVM) in Redhat linux How to implement RAID10? RAID01 Vs RAID10 Disk management – I ( Formating with ext2,ext3)

Unconfiguring RAID1 in Redhat

Please visit http://www.linuxnix.com for more linux admin stuff Related posts: Unconfiguring RAID5 in Redhat Implementing RAID1 Unconfiguring RAID0 Logical Volume Manager (LVM) in Redhat linux Implementing RAID5 Implementing RAID0 Implementing ext3 partations and mounting Implementing ext2 mounting How to implement RAID10? RAID01 Vs RAID10 Disk management – I ( Formating with ext2,ext3)

Implementing RAID1

Please visit http://www.linuxnix.com for more linux admin stuff Related posts: Unconfiguring RAID1 in Redhat Implementing RAID5 Implementing RAID0 Implementing ext2 mounting Implementing ext3 partations and mounting Unconfiguring RAID0 Unconfiguring RAID5 in Redhat Logical Volume Manager (LVM) in Redhat linux How to implement RAID10? RAID01 Vs RAID10 Disk management – I ( Formating with ext2,ext3)

Unconfiguring RAID0

Please visit http://www.linuxnix.com for more linux admin stuff Related posts: Implementing RAID0 Unconfiguring RAID5 in Redhat Unconfiguring RAID1 in Redhat Implementing RAID1 Implementing RAID5 Implementing ext3 partations and mounting Implementing ext2 mounting Logical Volume Manager (LVM) in Redhat linux How to implement RAID10? RAID01 Vs RAID10 Disk management – I ( Formating with ext2,ext3)