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Linux File Systems

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You'll be introduced to various Linux and UNIX file system types.

Created Date 05.26.15
Last Updated 05.27.15
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  • Organization and management imposed on physical storage media is known as a ___________.
  • The process of creating a file system on a device is known as ________.
  • Which of these is a small, boot-able file system that holds necessary system start-up files? This file system is most commonly used on UNIX systems.
  • Which of these is a read-only file system typically used on embedded Linux systems containing system files in a small amount of storage space?
  • Which of these supports ACLs but not journaling?
  • Which of these extended file systems allows for ACLs as well as journaling? This allows for faster start up and recovery times.
  • Which of these is a variation of ext3 and is faster so it allows for larger file system support?
  • Which of these file systems are native to Apple Macintosh computers?
  • Which of these was used in early Linux development by Linus Torvalds and influenced the development of the Linux Kernel?