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Furnishes an in-depth analysis of the file systems available to a Linux administrator, providing coverage of both current standard file systems and the updates in Kernel 2.4, as well as source code on the accompanying CD-ROM. Original. (Intermediate)
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Implement the versatile file systems in Linux 2.4
Take full advantage of the new enterprise-class file systems available with the Linux 2.4 kernel. Written by Linux expert Moshe Bar, this book discusses all the important file systems available for Linux, examines their strengths and weaknesses, and explains how to use them effectively. Learn to configure the file systems for secure, efficient data management and increase system throughput significantly by tuning the file systems properly. You'll also get details on how file systems impact applications. This authoritative resource is a must-have for system and network administrators, developers, and capacity planning managers working with Linux.
CD contains source code for file systems covered in the bookAbout the Author:
Moshe Bar (Milan, Italy) is the Linux columnist for Byte.com and one of the creators of Kha0s, a secure version of Linux. H is also a regular columnist for Linux Journal and contributes to Dr. Dobbs.
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