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how to disable journaling on xfs filesystem [closed]

How do I disable journaling on xfs file system. I tried tune2fs to disable, it didnt help. Does xfs has different tools/procedure to do so ? tune2fs -o journal_data_writeback ...
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How to identify EBS volumes vs local volumes on running EC2 instance

On a running EC2 instance, how do I identify EBS volumes and local disks ? I would like to identify them from shell. fdisk, lsblk is not helping to pinpoint the EBS volumes only. Lets say I have ...
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Rebalance pooled disks

Using mhddfs multiple drives were pooled to form a big virtual mountpoint. Now using the mlimit option unbalancing is prevented, but the drives are already in an unbalanced state. Is there a script ...
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Re-sizing disk partition linux/vm

I VM Player running a linux guest and I was wanting to know how do I expand the disk? In the VM player I gave more disk space but I am not sure how to mount/expand/connect the new disk space to the ...
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Disk Monitoring with cronjobs — report disk issues

Is there a way to monitor disk health and send cronjob reports for errors? I know you can use smartctl -s on -a /dev/hda to pull information but just wondering if there is a way that could be used to ...
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Is it worth to create one partion filling whole disk on Linux?

Let imagine that we have a disk. The whole disk is going to be use for one mount point or LVM physical volume. Is there a point to create separate partition covering the whole disk? Or maybe put ...
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Linux data storage and partitioning

In the following output of df -h you can see that i have added a new hard drive(/dev/hdd1) and have mounted as /hdd1. My question is if I start dumping data to /opt will that data be mounted in /hdd1 ...
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Disk monitor script with long file systems

$ df -H Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/vg_app001-lv_root 34G 12G 21G 35% / tmpfs 8.4G 0 8.4G 0% /dev/shm ...
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Mounting an existing partition of an unmounted disk

I ran the fdisk -l command to show me all the disks and partitions. Here's the output: Disk /dev/sda: 1000.2 GB, 1000204886016 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 121601 cylinders Units = cylinders of ...
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Light SES2 drive failure light from Linux?

With a SES2 capable backplane and SAS card, is it possible to light the drive failure light on a specific bay from Linux? If so, how?
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forced disk check on (re-)boot

I just now rebooted my debian server for maintainance reasons (changed the kernel). However, it seemed to not complete the reboot. So I logged in using Remote KVM and found it hanging at a forced disk ...