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Linux Advanced File System Management (LPIC-2)

Course Summary

Course 3 of 3 in preparation for the LPIC-2 201 exam covering objectives 203 and 204.


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    Course Syllabus

    Introduction
    - 14m 59s

    —Course Contents 5m 48s
    —Using UUIDs and Why It Is Important 7m 18s
    —Summary 1m 52s
    Linux File System Overview
    - 30m 23s

    —Introducing File Systems 5m 43s
    —Using SSHFS to Mount Remote Systems 3m 16s
    —Understanding the fstab Fields 4m 28s
    —Displaying Mounted Files Systems 4m 50s
    —Hands-on Displaying File Systems 4m 2s
    —SWAP or Virtual Memory 5m 37s
    —Summary 2m 24s
    Maintaining a Linux File System
    - 33m 44s
    Managing XFS File Systems
    - 18m 55s
    Discovering btrfs
    - 21m 53s
    Creating and Configuring File System Options
    - 32m 50s
    Configuring RAID
    - 27m 8s
    Adjusting Storage Device Access
    - 40m 16s
    Logical Volume Manager
    - 30m 1s


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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