FreeBSD includes many special-purpose filesystems to address any number of use cases. FreeBSD Mastery: Specialty Filesystems takes you through these filesystems, helping you solve problems you didn’t know you have. These filesystems underlie everything from application servers to jails. You’ll learn to manage: -removable media -MSDOS and Linux filesystems -CD, DVD, and Blu-Ray disks -devfs -process filesystems -the file descriptor filesystem -the POSIX message queue filesystem -union mounts -null mounts -both memory filesystems, and when to use each -NFS versions 2, 3, and 4 -iSCSI targets and initiators -the Common Internet File System -networked disk redundancy with geom_gate and HAST -high availability storage with HAST and iSCSI -NFSv4 Access Control Lists -User Space Filesystems -FreeBSD’s Solaris-compatible automounter System administrators of any expertise level will expand their FreeBSD mastery with FreeBSD Mastery: Specialty Filesystems.
Author: Michael W Lucas