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accepted Why is the Sun NFS (Network File System) the choice of filesystem for many distributed filesystems out there?
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comment is it possible to recover a raid 5 array by using usb enclosures?
Are RAID 5 and RAID 6 both where there are two parity bits? Or does only one of them have two parity bits?
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accepted Why is Unix still used if Linux is based off of it, and Linux is free?
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accepted How does the Unix “fsck” differ from the Windows “chkdsk”?
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accepted What exactly is a “home directory”?
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accepted What is metadata, and how does it aid in the “fsck” process?
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comment How does the Unix “fsck” differ from the Windows “chkdsk”?
xfs? jfs? are those better descendants of ffs than ext?
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asked How does the Unix “fsck” differ from the Windows “chkdsk”?
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asked What exactly is a “home directory”?