So at this point, you’ve written a ridiculous number of scripts and these files are all over your hard drive. Wouldn’t it be cool if there was a central place to store these? Well, there is – the Linux filesystem has designated places for these kinds of things. And that’s what we’ll take a look at in this video.
When it comes to filesystems, btrfs is definitely a bird of another color! In this video, Jay from Learn Linux TV will break down some of the finer-points of this modern filesystem, which will include topics such as how it differs from other technologies, how to take snapshots, creating a btrfs volume of your own, and more!
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btrfs – when it comes to filesystems, btrfs is definitely in a league of its own. With a modern featureset that includes things like scrubbing, subvolumes, and even the ability to handle RAID – btrfs is a very exciting technology when it comes to storage. In this episode, Tom and Jay discuss btrfs and some of the things that set it apart from other filesystems.
Storage volumes are essential to our Linux servers and workstations, but how do we format and mount additional storage volumes? In this episode of Linux Essentials, I’ll walk you through the process of formatting additional storage volumes and mounting them in your Linux instance.