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I have a failed 160 GB Western Digital Netcenter NAS disk and its image after failing in .DSK format.
When I connect the disk to my ubuntu machine and typed:
# losetup -o 512006144 /dev/loop1 /dev/sdc
# mkdir /tmp/sdc
# mount -r -t reiserfs /dev/loop1 /tmp/sdc
I get my folders and... (0 Replies)
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2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Hi i am looking for some help with a question relating to the creation of the ext3 file system.
"Why is it good practice not to have a file system mounted whilst you try to create it?"
I have searched google but not had any luck in finding out what the actual dangers are of creating a file... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: allan1986
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I'm trying to find a correct command that will mount a filesystem ext3 the device /dev/sda1 to mount point /mnt/usb but not allow any programs to run from it.
I want to be honest as I've read the forum rules... This is a homework question BUT, i'm generally interested in the correct process and... (3 Replies)
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Today,I have recompile kernel 2.6.24 with reiserfs support with Module on rhel5.then I make following change:
/dev/Vg1/lv.root / reiserfs defaults 1 1
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2:then I use other support... (0 Replies)
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I was installing linux, so i want to know the basic difference between /ext2 and /ext3 filetype..
what is the significance of using /ext2 and /ext3
Vasikaran (2 Replies)
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long time ago I posted something, but now, it is needed again :(
Currently, I am handling with a big NFS Server for more than 200 clients, this sever has to work with 256 NFSDs. Because of this huge amount of NFSDs, there are thousands of small write accesses down to the disk and... (3 Replies)
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I just installed Fedora Core 3 onto my pc which is running slackware as the 'main' os
I have been using LILO as the boot loader for a long time but thought I'd swap to GRUB for a change.
Fedora boots fine.
I have a seperate /boot partition for my slackware install ......its... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: silvaman
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what do you think about the ext3 journal filesystem?? (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: comadreja
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I reinstalled my Linux box with RedHat 7.2 and used the ext3 journaling file system. This thing is a pig now. There isn't much running on the box, and performance is sad. (1 Reply)
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My current linux server's filesystems is reiserfs. Unfortunately I need to enable quota for my users and as far as I know quota won't run on reiserfs.
So, can I convert the filesystem types to ext2 from reiserfs without having to re-install my o/s?
Or, is there any quota applications... (1 Reply)
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