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    Looking for a simple turorial to master the file system, to explain
    logical extents, physical extents, etc, and how they fit into the Unix
    and Linux file system. Thank you.

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    On Apr 3, 8:53*am, Bryan wrote:
    > Looking for a simple turorial to master the file system, to explain
    > logical extents, physical extents, etc, and how they fit into the Unix
    > and Linux file system. *Thank you.



    Google: lvm student guide +site:hp.com

    http://h50069.www5.hp.com/eDelivery3...620aa439a7.pdf

    of try searching for Logical Volume Manager

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    On Apr 3, 11:19*am, OldSchool wrote:
    > lets try that again
    >
    > http://h50069.www5.hp.com/e-Delivery...adFiles/b35fc4...


    Muchas gracias

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    Bryan a écrit :
    > Looking for a simple turorial to master the file system, to explain
    > logical extents, physical extents, etc, and how they fit into the Unix
    > and Linux file system. Thank you.


    Check LVM and VxFS at docs.hp.com (
    http://docs.hp.com/en/oshpux11iv2eoe...lume%20Manager )

    However the best is ZFS ( for Solaris 10).


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