Some preamble: I'm taking bitwise copy of disk devices (via dd command) from twin hosts (i.e. with the same virtualized hardware layout and software packages, but with different history of usage). To ...
I hope I've got this right: A file's inode contains data such as inode number, time of last modification, ownership etc. – and also the entry: »deletion time«. Which made me curious: ...
I've several partitions with EXT4. Now, I would want if it makes sense to use tune2fs with flags -c0 (max-mount-counts) and -i0 (interval-between-checks) in the partitions with a journal file-system ...
What is the difference between disabling journal on ext4 file system using: tune2fs -O ^has_journal /dev/sda1 and using data=writeback when mounting? I thought ext4 - journal = ext2. means when we ...
On Windows there a nice file search engine called Everything, which is (unlike find) very fast and (unlike locate) always returns up to date results. AFAIK it works by filling a database from the ...
I've got a question regarding full data journaling on ext3 filesystems. The man page states the following: data=journal All data is committed into the journal prior to being written into the main ...
I am asking this question on behalf of another user who raised the issue in the Ubuntu chat room. Do journaling filesystems guarantee that no corruption will occur if a power failure occurs? If this ...