Setting up UNIX file systems

Thursday, 26 February 2009, 4:34 AM EST

The UNIX operating system enables you to split up your disk data into multiple volumes. Knowing how to do this is only half the battle, though; to make effective use of this ability, you must understand how the files on a UNIX system are organized as well as why they're organized in this way. This article addresses the issue of why you should use multiple volumes.

At IBM.

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