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“Linux also has its own filesystem, called the ext2 filesystem (version two of the ext filesystem).”
“FS = $ (blkid - o value - s TYPE $ID) if [ "$FS" = = "ext2"]; then MNTOPT = $MNTOPT_EXT2 elif [ "$FS" = = "ext3"]”
“LVM (Logical Volume Manager) The volume groups can be divided into logical volumes, which are assigned mount points, such as/home and/and file system types, such as ext2 or ext3.”
“SystemRescueCD is always powered by a recent Linux kernel package that supports the popular filesystems, such as ext2 / ext3,”
“With TestDisk you can recover your boot sector from a backup, rebuild your boot sector, fix FAT tables, fix your MFT, locate the ext2/ext3 backup SuperBlock, copy deleted files from partitions to recovery media, and find lost partitions in dozens of formats to help you locate your lost data.”
“Not only can TestDisk perform basic file recovery like undeleting accidentally deleted files from FAT, NTFS, and ext2 file systems, but it comes with a host of additional functionality.”
“Amazon provides a list of storage device requirements – for example, they must use file formats FAT32, ext2, ext3 or NTFS, weigh no more than 50 pounds and hold no more than 4TB.”
“As for Linux's ext2/3/4 and most other file systems, well no, fragmentation is not bad at all, since it sanely places sequential disk blocks in nearby blocks and in segmented chunks of the hard drive, rather than scattering them across the disk drive.”
“Now, while Linux ext2/3/4 filesystems do have a defragment utility, they are basically unused and unneeded, since the filesystems don't allow themselves to fragment, except in rare edge cases.”
“I found ext2fsd's drive manager utility to be helpful not only for mounting ext2/3/4 systems on Windows but also for watching NTFS and FAT drives.”
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