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The author of the book: Moshe Bar
Edition: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Date of issue: 01 Jul 2001
Format files: Epub, PDF
The size of the: 584 KB
City - Country: New York, United States
Full description of the book "Linux File Systems":Publishing Rationale - New Technology - The Linux 2.4 kernal adds a new dimension to Linux - multiple file systems. Up until this point, for each server there was one file system. With the new technology, one file system can span multiple servers. - Benefits - This new technology will increase both the flexibility of Linux as well as decrease the difficulty in administrating Linux systems and servers. This book is essential to gain knowledge necessary to benefit from the new technology. - No competition - No other book on Linux covers file systems in detail - it's an untapped and important market.
About the author Moshe BarMoshe Bar (Milan, Italy) is the Linux columnist for Byte.com and one of the creators of Kha0s, a secure version of Linux. He is also a regular columnist for Linux Journal and contributes to Dr. Dobbs. His first book, Linux Internals, will be published in July of 2000 by Osborne/McGraw-Hill.
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