Mar 22, 2016 · Definitely in agreement with Vladislav Zorov ... go for NTFS. If you're not into some geeky "I want to test out every possibility" ... just don't even give it a second thought.
Page 1 of 2 - NFS Share - posted in Linux & Unix: I want to share a Folder using NFS. In /etc/exports, I added the rule [Full Path of Folder I want to Share] [IP Address of Network]/[CIDR](rw,sync).
Recently my colleagues asked me to set up several Windows Server (they need both 2008R2 and 2019) and FreeBSD (10 and 12.1) on our Proxmox hosts. The host server is brand new server free of anything so we go with 6.2 install, and it has h/w raid with LVM and ext4 on it (yes, old-schooler, I...
Oct 16, 2016 · Target Images: make sure ‘ext4’ is selected, then Select that line to open up a menu for ext4 configuration. Change the number of inodes to 60,000 instead of the default 6,000. Also select GZip images, and finally modify the root filesystem partition size to something more comfortable, say 500 MB.
a5 BSD/386, 386BSD, NetBSD, FreeBSD. 386BSD is a Unix-like operating system, a port of 4.3BSD Net/2 to the PC done by Bill Jolitz around 1991. When Jolitz seemed to stop development, an updated version was called FreeBSD (1992).
Resizing the ext4 filesystem. The last step is to resize the ext4 file system by using the resize2fs (8) command. The command can enlarge or shrink an unmounted file system of type ext2, ext3 or ext4. The command only needs the block device path to operate.
Btrfs Vs Ext4 Synology