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How can i determine the block size of an vxfs filesystem?

I am looking for a way to see what the current blocksize of an filesystem is. Normaly i would use tune2fs -l | grep "Block size", but that doesn't work on vxfs. I googled a bit and found fstyp -v ...
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Odd behavior with a gzip compressed file

I've got a very bizarre issue occurring with a Redhat system. We have a Gzip-compressed TAR file that contains hundreds of small text files with absolute paths. It's only 8 MB. We copy this file to a ...
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Which filesystems can RHEL 5 read from and write to?

Which filesystems can RHEL 5 read from and write to? Are there any that work but not well? I'm partitioning and external hard drive and I haven't been able to find a comprehensive list anywhere.
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Strange behavior in mv command - maybe open sys call issue?

I'm noticing very strange behavior from the "mv" command that may (or may not) be related to the "open" system call. We're running RedHat v5. There are two separate storage devices, one mounted to ...
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Equivalent of pvmove for BTRFS

Similar to the question I asked a while back. This one's a little easier? I can see there's volume management logic in BTRFS for removing/adding/rebalancing physical drives, but is there a tool to ...
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Negative hdd usage. Available is larger than fullsize

Having issues with space accounting of lvm volume. 23G is available. But the full size of the partition is 20G. (So, it shows "-4.1G used" 0_O) > df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% ...
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Why are directories created with permissions 2070 and files with 060 in a directory with setgid bit?

I have the following directory: $ ll -d neptune drwxrws---+ 5 beamin psych 4096 Mar 7 16:18 neptune $ getfacl neptune # file: neptune # owner: beamin # group: psych # flags: -s- user::rwx ...
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How to make a variable symlink ? (or something similar)

How can I make a variable symlink that would point to a different location according to the current user? Is it possible? Should I use something else instead? A mount point? How? Here is the problem ...
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Script to check for read only filesystem

How can I check a bunch of systems to find any filesystem that are mounted read-only? Possibly via a script?
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“Short read block” error trying to boot RHEL

I changed my network configurations from static IP to DHCP and removed the DNS entry, etc. Then I rebooted the computer, but am now unable to boot, I get an error message along the lines of "short ...
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Mount samba filesystem into RHEL 5.5

I have a trial RHEL version for a proof of concept where I was asked to mount a windows filesystem into linux. I tried mount -t smbfs -o username=samba,password=samba //Desktop/Public /mnt/public ...
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e2fsck: unable to set superblock flags on LogicalVolume

When I boot my machine either in normal mode or runlevel 1 it throws following error and I'm unable to boot the machine: checking filesystems /dev/MyGroup/LogVol00: UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY; RUN ...