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How to Mapping Linux Block Devices to Storage LUNs

In some cases, you may need to find a block device mapped against a logical unit number (LUNs) for filesystem (FS) expansion or disaster recovery (DR) activity. Also, this information …

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How to Resize Existing LUN/Disk on Linux

In most cases, disk space can be expanded by adding a new LUN to the system. But in some scenario, you may need to resize the existing LUN in order …

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How to Check and Repair XFS Filesystem in RHEL

xfs_repair command repairs corrupt or damaged XFS filesystems. It’s highly scalable, high-performance and is designed to effectively repair even very large file systems with many inodes. Unlike other Linux file …

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How to Check and Repair EXT4 Filesystem in Linux

The fsck (stands for File System Consistency Check) is used to check and repair one or more Linux filesystems. This check will run automatically at boot time when a filesystem …

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How to Remove Multiple Files at once on Linux

Deleting (or removing) a file in Linux from the command line can be done using the rm command. It allows you to delete more than one files at once. Also, …

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How to Remove Multiple Files at once on Linux

Deleting (or removing) a file in Linux from the command line can be done using the rm command. It allows you to delete more than one files at once. Also, …

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