• Linux file system for MySQL

    What would be the best Linux file system for MySQL? My database is a web-based OLTP (and 90% read). Any help would be appreciated. I'm leaning towards XFS.

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  • File system block size vs disk block size

    Take that my file system block size is 4k, and my disk block size (physical sector size) is 4k. What happens if my increase file system block size to 64k? Is file system block size actually I/O block size, or is it something else? And what is kernel block size? How does it all impact my reading and...

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  • Access lists in Unix-like file systems

    What are the access lists in the Unix-like file systems

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  • Advantages of database system over file systems

    Does anyone know of the advantages of a database system over file systems. Thanks!

    kabuye5 pointsBadges:
  • Advantages of database system over file systems

    What are the advantages of database system over file systems?

    Michael Tidmarsh42,110 pointsBadges:
  • File system organization in Microsoft Windows

    What is the file system organization of windows in an operating system?

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  • Disadvantages of FAT32 file system

    What are the advantages of a FAT32 file system in computer maintenance?

    Junior20155 pointsBadges:
  • What is the difference between FAT and NTFS?

    Can anyone explain the difference between FAT and NTFS?

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  • ODMU – Optical Disc Management Utility

    We have a customer with a number of Plasmon UDO discs that are written with a file system created by some software called ODMU (Optical Disc Management Utility). Our customer does not have access to the software anymore but needs to get back the data on the UDO discs. Does anyone know how to get...

    abooltink5 pointsBadges:
  • Backup solutions for Lustre File Systems

    Are there any specific backup solutions for Lustre File Systems?

    samueln5 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the best approach for document storage?

    Our company is using an in-house storage system that was implemented several years ago. For some reason, we use the database as a storage mechanism for our documents. Now, this is basically a best practices question: What would be the best way for storing document? What are the pros and cons? We're...

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  • Choosing a file system for Windows 7

    What Windows 7 file system do you implement recognizing that the accounting manager needs a system that can be secure?

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  • What’s better for storing images: DB or File system?

    I'm having a hard time figure out what the best option is for my problem. My partner and I have a web application and we're providing between 1 -10 million images. The site will provide images and content for 100-1000 users at a time (hopefully). But due to our budget being low, we're thinking that...

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  • File system or Core Data

    My partner and I are working with an iOS application that would allow users to add several images from their photo library into the application. We're currently storing them on a file system and we access when they need them. So we need some help: Should we stick with the file system or should we...

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  • RPGLE program to check data across 3 file systems

    I'm working on a project with RPGLE wherein we purge customer numbers from our files if there is no data behind the record. This purge will take place across three file systems. Of course, it's not as simple as a yes/no situation. In one of the file systems, we need to verify that there is no...

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  • A new kind of inheritance in programming languages?

    Hi, I may have invented a new kind of inheritance in programming languages, I called it "deep inheritance". Suppose that Companies have Employees. Now Suppose that there are two kinds of Companies: privately held companies and publicly traded companies. Now, the employees from publicly traded...

    nreyntje5 pointsBadges:
  • File system synchronization remotely

    I have a requirement of synchronizing the file system remotely. I will be storing the content in the form of images in the file system. This storage will be available on cloud. Now how can I synchronize file system on cloud with destination local file system so that it becomes the exact replica and...

    Sumal5 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot run Malwarebytes, HJT, SuperAntiSpyware

    Cannot run Malwarebytes, HJT, SuperAntiSpyware. The icons for these on the desktop are a white box. Error message when opening "Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item." DDS and GMER logs follow. . DDS...

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  • Windows flash drive formatting issue

    I tried to format a flash drive in NTFS, but it seems to take forever to complete formatting. Is this normal? I also tried formatting the same flash drive in exFAT, which took much less time to complete. However, I can't use the flash drive with my laptop because it doesn't have exFAT as a file...

    WindowsServerATE335 pointsBadges:
  • Change file system from NTFS to FAT32

    how to change ntfs to fat32 because i want to use 300gb external hdd in linux pc but does not mount in linux pc because external hdd in ntfs

    Virendragupta5 pointsBadges:

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