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How To Use btrfs File System For Creating, Extending And Decreasing Partition On OpenSUSE 42.1

How To Use btrfs File System For Creating, Extending And Decreasing Partition On OpenSUSE 42.1

Hello everyone. Today, we will go through how we can use btrfs file system for creating, extending and decreasing partition size. We will use openSUSE 42.1 Linux distribution for this . What is btrfs? Btrfs (B-tree file system), is a file system for Linux OS. This is based on the copy-on-write mechanism. This file system is initially designed at Oracle Corporation in 2007 for use in Linux. Btrfs file system focused… Read More »How To Use btrfs File System For Creating, Extending And Decreasing Partition On OpenSUSE 42.1

How To Backup And Restore LVM On openSUSE 42.1

How To Backup And Restore LVM On openSUSE 42.1

Today, we will go through how we can Backup And Restore LVM On openSUSE 42.1 Linux distribution. Let’s start then. What is LVM ? LVM stands for Logical Volume Management. It is a dynamic system of managing logical volumes, or filesystems, that is much more advanced, flexible and scalable than the traditional method of partitioning a hard disk drive into one or more drives. Heinz Mauelshagen wrote the original LVM code… Read More »How To Backup And Restore LVM On openSUSE 42.1