Linux: Storage Systems

Linux: Storage Systems

Linux: Storage Systems is an Intermediate level study on Business, written by the creator, Kevin Dankwardt. This study is an important pillar for anyone who needs to get better at his/her Business expertise. It provides you a strong understanding on Business, Network Administration, IT, Operating Systems, Linux, Business, Network Administration, IT, Operating Systems and Linux.

Free Download - Linux: Storage Systems
Author Kevin Dankwardt
Publish Date 12/12/2016
Skill Intermediate
Duration 3h 30m
Topic Business
Video Tutorials 59
Last Update N/A

Managing storage in Linux involves both conceptual understanding of volumes and partitions, RAID, and Linux file systems, as well as hands-on knowledge of how to accomplish important tasks involving storage. This course shows how to deal with these topics and many different storage scenarios, including clustering, high availability, and security. Kevin Dankwardt shows how to create, mount/unmount, and format file systems including ext4, XFS, and Btrfs; use the Logical Volume Manager (LVM); enforce security with SELinux and access control lists; swap space; back up and recover Linux storage; and work with networked files systems—distributed, clustered, and FUSE based—like SSHFS. These are essential skills for any Linux admin, especially those who desire Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS) certification.

Topics include:

  • Partitioning storage
  • Creating, mounting, and unmounting file systems
  • Formatting file systems
  • Making volumes with LVM
  • Adding storage security
  • Managing swap spaces
  • Backing up and recovering Linux storage systems
  • Working with networked file systems like NFS and SSHFS

Linux: Storage Systems : Video Lessons

  • Welcome40s
  • What you should know15s
  • Using the exercise files12s
  • Basic commands for storage partitions2m 10s
  • Create, mount, and unmount file systems10m 21s
  • Use block device attributes7m 16s
  • File system types: ext4, Btrfs, and XFS7m 26s
  • Make file systems7m 24s
  • Mount file systems during boot11m 27s
  • Mount file systems on demand7m 1s
  • Challenge: Formatting and mounting2m 3s
  • Solution: Formatting and mounting8m 17s
  • Logical Volume Manager3m 7s
  • Physical volumes4m 58s
  • Volume groups2m 33s
  • Logical volumes7m 33s
  • Challenge: Making logical volumes46s
  • Solution: Making logical volumes4m 18s
  • Restore default SELinux file contexts7m 55s
  • Configure encrypted partitions4m 58s
  • Manage file system access control lists6m 46s
  • File permission problems6m 59s
  • Using SUID, attributes, and read-only7m 49s
  • User and group disk quotas7m 18s
  • Challenge: SELinux, LUKS, ACLs, and quotas1m 59s
  • Solution: SELinux, LUKS, ACLs, and quotas7m 42s
  • Configure and manage swap space5m 39s
  • Configure remote block-storage devices2m 47s
  • Use targetcli1m 37s
  • Backup and recovery strategies6m 14s
  • Use backup tools5m 8s
  • Assemble partitions as RAID devices4m 27s
  • Linux file system features and flags6m 38s
  • Configure file system features and flags4m 55s
  • Challenge: Swap space, rsync, and RAID1m 1s
  • Solution: Swap space, rsync, and RAID3m 44s
  • Network File System (NFS)8m 10s
  • Distributed file systems4m 50s
  • Cluster file systems5m 42s
  • SSHFS file system4m 34s
  • Challenge: NFS behavior and SSHFS1m 28s
  • Solution: NFS behavior and SSHFS3m 40s
  • Next steps16s

Recommended video tutorials from YouTube.

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  • Managing Storage in Linux with fdisk , lsblk , blkid , du and df command
  • In This video you will learn, how to manage storage in Linux. You will learn how to use: fdisk, lsblk,du, df command.

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