Tagged: BTRFS

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RHEL 8 beta released: new features

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the Linux distribution for the enterprise. With its ironclad security and rock-solid stability it is the main product of Red Hat, probably the biggest Open Source company. RHEL 8 beta has...

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Ceph: meet the Open SDS Storage king

In the era of Software Defined – everything one of the less agile and toughest block to abstract is storage. Ceph comes as the leader solution in the Open Source SDS with interesting and unique features...

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How to upgrade OpenSUSE Leap 42.1 to 42.2

OpenSUSE Leap is a new operating system from SUSE based on SLES. It was initially released on the 4th November 2015 with version number 42.1 . A year later, version 42.2 is out. Let’s take a...

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Getting started with BTRFS

BTRFS is a file system with logical volumes capabilities and data integrity features that is getting a lot of attention in the Linux world. Learn how to get started today!

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BTRFS: what is it and why is it great?

In the computer world and particularly in the Linux world there are many filesystems available: ext, XFS, NTFS, FAT32 to name a few. BTRFS is a relatively new filesystem that is quickly gaining attention in the...

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Data Corruption what is it, strategies to avoid it

In front of a file damaged, even a system file, you may not be desperate. However, when it comes to personal photo, valuable data or work files, the reaction changes drastically. Let’s discover the world of...

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Linux 4.3 changes

Linux 4.3 might not be as exciting as the 4.2 release, however it packs many changes that will ease the life of new hardware.