Some time ago ext4 was released and available for Linux kernel. ext4 provides some additional benefits and perforce over ext3 file system. You can easily convert ext3 to ext4 file system. The next release of Fedora, 11, will default to the ext4 file system unless serious regressions are seen. In this quick tutorial you will learn about converting ext3 to ext4 file system.
The idea and commands in this article submitted by Jacques Wagener via email. In his own words, “After nuking my partition by accident (and through my stupidity) I was really disappointed in myself, especially in losing my bookmarks and rss-feeds”. The following article is based upon our email communication. I am just putting them as […]
Linux comes with the system utility fsck (“file system check”) for checking the consistency of a file system. This quick post explains how to use fsck to fix error.