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PART I: The LPI 201 Exam (60 Weights) > Chapter 3: Basic Filesystem Management

Chapter 3

Basic Filesystem Management

THE FOLLOWING LINUX PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTE OBJECTIVES ARE COVERED IN THIS CHAPTER:

  • 203.1 Operating the Linux filesystem (weight: 4)
  • 203.2 Maintaining a Linux filesystem (weight: 3)
  • 203.3 Creating and configuring filesystem options (weight: 2)
  • 203.4 udev Device Management (weight: 1)

images Linux files are stored in one or more filesystems, which are large data structures that enable access to stored files by name. Filesystems require a certain amount of effort to manage and maintain. Specific areas that must be attended to include mounting filesystems (that is, making disk filesystems accessible by attaching them to the Linux directory tree), creating filesystems, repairing errors in filesystems, and tuning them for optimal performance.


  

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